Georgia’s Unemployment Trust Fund: More than $600 Million Owed to the Federal Government

Georgia currently has an insolvent unemployment trust fund. This policy brief examines what payments are due in 2011 for Georgia’s outstanding loan, the consequences of not paying, and options for returning to solvency. Download the PDF.

 

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