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Unemployment trust fund loans

STATELINE INFOGRAPHIC Payback time Starting September 30, states that borrowed from the feds to pay unemployment benefits will have to pay interest. interest due Approximate payment due by September 30 1,941,000 284,000 NH. 7,768,000 MA VA 13,354,000 10,583,000 AR 82,281,000 NC sc 28,820,000 1,278,000 KY 27,349.000 7,635,000 AL 85,888,000 IL CA 25,217,000 48,738,000 WI FL $317,373,000 66,467,000 AZ 9,230,900 KS 4,114,000 IN 63,934,000 PA NV 21,936,000 106,318,000 OH 75,634,000 MI 110,727,000 DE 1,590,000 NY 109,847,000 GA NJ 20,246,000 MN 21,087,000 58,357,000 ст 0,918.000 ID RI 7,765,000 6,166,000 TX 1,430,000 CO 16,476,000 deep in debt States with the largest outstanding balances on their federal loans? I = $1 billion Florida California $8.5 billion New York Ohio 2.6 billion Illinois 1.8 billion 2.8 billion 1.5 billion New Jersey Indiana 1.8 billion 1.2 billion N. Carolina Pennsylvania 2.7 billion 2.4 billion Michigan II 3.1 billion $36,887,331,931 How much principal states owe the federal government in unemployment insurance loans Hawaii Massachusetts New Hampshire Техas States that have paid off their federal loans since May 1. Based on Federal Funds Information for States calculations as of April 27, 2011. Actual amounts may differ. FFIS estimates are based on total loan balances, not individual loans, and do not take into account possible interest deferral exemptions. 2. As of August 30, 2011 Sources: Federal Funds Information for States, U.S. Department of Labor. Infographic by Carla Uriona and Mary Mahling EKEK EKEKE EKEKE EKEKE 但 金金金金金金金 会

Unemployment trust fund loans

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