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Directive:

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PROGRAM LETTER No. 20-12

Subject:
The Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 (Public Law (P.L.) 112-96) – Provisions on Self-Employment Assistance Programs

Purpose:
To advise state agencies of the provisions in the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012, (the Act) governing Self-Employment Assistance (SEA) programs and offering assistance to state agencies that operate such programs.

To:
STATE WORKFORCE AGENCIES
From:
JANE OATES
Assistant Secretary
Date:
May 24, 2012
Expiration Date:
Continuing

Rescissions:    None

Contact:  Questions should be directed to the appropriate regional office.

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1. Attachment 1: Subtitle E-Self-Employment Assistance
2. Attachment 2: Available Self-Employment Assistance (SEA) Grants
3. Attachment 3: Self-Employment Assistance (SEA) Funding Application Cover Page
4. Attachment 4: Self-Employment Assistance (SEA) Funding Abstract
5. Attachment 5: Implementing and Operating Instructions for Administering SEA Programs for EUC Recipients
6. Attachment 6: Addendum to Agreement under the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2008
7. Attachment 7: Model Language and Commentary on Language to Implement a SEA Program for Individuals Eligible for Regular UC
8. Attachment 8: Model Language and Commentary on Language to Implement a SEA Program for Individuals Eligible for EB
9. Attachment 9: ETA 9161 Self Employment Assistance for UI Claimants
10. Attachment 10: Quarterly Progress Report


Related Change Documents

 Documents UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PROGRAM LETTER No. 20-12, Change 1

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