Update on Vermont Department of Labor 1099 Improper Mailing and Data Incident

Updates regarding the 1099-G improper mailing and data incident provided below by the Vermont Department of Labor. Information for impacted individuals will also be provided direct to claimants via email, as well as through the Department website and social media channels. Next Steps for Individuals ID Protection Information Update No. 1: February 2, 2021 On …

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Vermonters: Department of Labor provides update on data breach and 1099-G tax form

Possible Data Breach Good evening, If you or a family member has received unemployment income this year, please pay attention to the press release below about a data breach affecting a select group of up to 50,000 Vermonters. Not all unemployment claimants are thought to be affected. I will be providing updates as we receive …

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Rep. Sibilia: Feb 8th update

Good evening, I've included a number of updates below. Good news is beginning to increase; more then 10% of Vermonters have now been vaccinated, and vaccinations are going up and the number of active cases is slowly going down. Bennington County surge slows down, but residents remain on high alert FORTY Days left till Spring!Photo …

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Rep. Sibilia: January 30th 2021 update

This week the governor put forward his proposal for the FY 22 budget. The next steps are for the House to consider and make its recommendations and then for the Senate to consider and make their reccome4ndations. Usually the legislative session ends when the negotiations end and budget is agreed to by the governor, the …

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Rep. Sibilia: Jan 24th update

Good afternoon, This week we will see vaccinations begin for those 75 and older (see details below) and on Tuesday there will be a Joint Assembly – to hear the Budget Message of the Governor at 1:00 P.M. The Joint Assembly proceedings, can be viewed at: https://legislature.vermont.gov/senate/streaming/joint-assembly This week we have three significant financial reports …

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Rep. Sibilia: 2021 Legislative Session begins

Friends and neighbors, Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos virtually administers the Oath of Office to Vermont Legislators in 2021 Taking the Oath of Office to start a fourth term representing the district of Windham-Bennington The 2021 session began virtually (and the 2020 session officially ended) on Wednesday January 6th. Shortly after Vermont's Legislators took …

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Info for Vermont Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) claimants

MEDIA ALERT: INFORMATION FOR PUA CLAIMANTS Montpelier – Active Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) claimants that are unable to file their weekly claim with the Vermont Department of Labor for the week ending December 26, 2020, are likely experiencing this because they have already received the maximum number of weeks through the program under the original …

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