After the Connecticut Unemployment Fund has paid billions of dollars in benefits since the coronavirus pandemic broke out in mid-March, it will go into bankruptcy later this month or early September, according to state Department of Labor officials.
That means Connecticut will need a federal emergency loan to maintain benefits for hundreds of thousands of unemployed here – a move that could result in higher taxes for local businesses.Source link
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