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I am sorry to learn about this situation. The EDD is going to make deductions against how many hours you worked (how much money you earned) per week.
So they need to know how many hours you worked each week.
The regular reporting is detailed in this link here: http://www.edd.ca.gov/unemployment/How_to_Report_Work_or_Earnings.htm, and that should give you a better idea as to how you are going to want to report it to them when making your subsequent disclosure.
Breaking down the hours by week and payment by week.
You may end up owing money back - but it is going to be based on how much you earned each week, not a lump sum.
This link here gives you a very good summary of how the deductions work against your EDD benefits: http://www.edd.ca.gov/unemployment/FAQ_-_Reporting_Work_and_Wages.htm
You still will have worked a certain number of hours. You can divide your payment into those hours.
I would recommend using a format similar to the EDD link (the first one I gave you has a good template - any word processor with a chart feature will allow you to create one that matches this.
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It is based on your weekly pay. The second EDD link bove gives you more detail, but: