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UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS AND CLAIM SERVICES
Use these links to take advantage of all of the services available to you from the Connecticut Department of Labor.
Don't have time for a call? Ask a question or get help with your unemployment claim online.
CTDOL has a new banking partner coming March 1, 2023.
- Contact Information for Adjudication Offices
- Third Party Request for Confidential Unemployment Insurance Records
- ID Theft Report Form
- Report an Unauthorized Change
- Reissue Payment (Void 11)
- Received Severance, Vacation, or Pension Payment
- Request Dependency Allowance
- Returned to Work
- Change Return to Work Date
You have the right to appeal the amount of your unemployment payments or a denial of eligibility. Use the following links to connect with the information and forms you may need.
Please Note: Appeals staff cannot help you with filing for unemployment, weekly claims, locked accounts, or other technical support.
Overpayments and Penalties
Sometimes people receive more unemployment benefits than they should. Whether it’s caused by a mistake or wilfull fraud, the information and links on this page will help you pay it back.
Tax form 1099-G tells you how much unemployment income you received. Report this amount when you file your federal and state tax returns. Depending on the type of unemployment benefits you received in 2021, you may be asked to file 1099-G amounts for both regular unemployment income and Pandemic Unemployment Assistance.
1099G Tax Form
Learn how to use this form when filing your federal income taxes and download a copy of your form.
CT Department of Revenue Services
Free assistance from CT Department of Revenue Services.
Get the Unemployment Benefits Info You Need
Find all the answers in our easy to search knowledge base.
Job Search Requirements
Track and report your job search activities to report them on your weekly claim.
Appealing a benefits decision
Learn how to appeal an eligibility or benefits decision.