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The law in FL has been modified on this issue. Currently, severance pay
is considered a disqualifying income if the claimant’s severance pay per week is equal to or greater than his or her weekly benefit amount. Therefore, if you receive more severance pay than benefits in a week, you would not typically be eligible for unemployment benefits
for that week.
If a claimant is receiving severance pay while also receiving unemployment benefits, then the claimant may be subject to criminal prosecution, so you must report any severance being received to the unemployment commission.
Here is a link which summarizes the law on this issue:
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