Cases which decide whether income disqualifies a claimant from receiving benefits, in general.
In these decisions, sufficient evidence of a plant closing affects whether lump sum severance pay disqualifies a claimant from receiving benefits.
Eligibilitly decisions addressing whether base period wages were earned from a claimant's own business.
Decisions concerning whether employer payments at the time of, or following, a claimant's separation constitute disqualifying income. (If plant closing is an issue, see RM 200.00.)
These cases decide whether vacation pay disqualifies the claimants from receiving benefits.
In these cases, the Board decides whether pension, retirement, annuity, or similar payments during the benefit year require a reduction in the claimant’s weekly benefit amount under G.L. c. 151A, § 29(d)(6).
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