Supplemental Unemployment Benefits (SUB) definition

Supplemental Unemployment Benefits are designed to provide additional income to employees in addition to state unemployment benefits. They may provide extra benefits during periods of unemployment or simply extend the scope of existing benefits. SUBs typically come into play when unemployment is due to training, illness or injury, or other forms of temporary cessation of work. Supplemental unemployment benefits taxed benefits. SUBs can be incorporated into a guaranteed annual income plan.


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