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Important Information

UC-1099G Forms and FP-1099G Forms for Tax Year 2019

UC-1099G tax forms are available to download online. (Please note: the FP-1099G is not available through the website.)

The department completed mailing Form UC-1099G, Statement for Recipients of PA Unemployment Compensation Payments, and Forms FP-1099G, Statement for Recipients of PA Reemployment Trade Adjustment Assistance (RTAA) Payments, on Friday, January 24, 2020. Website for Job Resources Now Available

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UC News and Notes

PLEASE NOTE: If you are looking for information on how to open a claim, check the status of an existing claim, find out when you can expect your payment or find answers to many frequently asked questions, please visit our UC Self-Service Guide.

JobGateway® Has A New Name!

JobGateway® has changed to PA CareerLink®

Since this change has taken effect, will automatically redirect to the new site address:

UC Benefit Reduction Changes

The current 2.4 percent benefit reduction will remain at that level for all individuals receiving unemployment compensation (UC) benefits for weeks ending January 6, 2018 and after. This reduction is required by the solvency measures, which are part of Pennsylvania’s UC Law. This reduction applies to UC regular benefits. Benefit payments for most special Federal Programs such as Trade Readjustment Allowances (TRA) will not be affected. Additional Information Regarding Benefit Reductions.

Protect Your Identity

Please give careful consideration to any requests for your debit card numbers, direct deposit information, or other personal information. The department will never initiate contact with you by text message or email and request your personal information. When the department sends you an email in response to an inquiry made by you, the department will ask to confirm your full name along with the last four digits of your social security number. Also, we will never send you a text message or email asking for your full social security number, personal identification number (PIN), bank account number, or debit card number at any time.