1099-G Tax Forms have been mailed to all claimants who received unemployment compensation in 2022. If you have questions regarding a reprint or how to file a dispute learn more at https://www.dol.ks.gov/ui-faqs#form-information-1099-g
Los formularios de impuestos 1099-G han sido enviados por correo a todos los reclamantes que recibieron compensación por desempleo en 2022. Si usted tiene preguntas con respecto a una reimpresión o cómo presentar una disputa aprenda más en la pagina web. https://www.dol.ks.gov/ui-faqs#form-information-1099-g
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Unemployment Contact Centers
- Kansas City (913) 596-3500
- Topeka (785) 575-1460
- Wichita (316) 383-9947
- Toll-Free (800) 292-6333
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Report Unemployment Claim Fraud
Like states all across the country, Kansas is seeing an increase in reports of unemployment claim fraud due to identify theft.
Fraudulent claims are being filed using the names and personal information of people who have not lost their jobs. If you suspect a claim has been improperly filed using your identity or your employees’ identity, please let KDOL know.
Labor Market Information
February Unemployment Rate:
- February Labor Market Report
- Unemployment Insurance Weekly Review
- View More Labor Market Information
Info: The March 2023 Labor Report will be released on Friday, April 21.
News and Alerts
- Program Notice on Lost Wages Assistance
- Kansas Department of Labor Continues Efforts to Bring Unemployment System into 21st Century
- All Federal Pandemic Unemployment Programs Will Expire in September
- More News and Alerts
Workers Compensation Mileage Reimbursement Notice
Per K.S.A. 44-515 the mileage reimbursement rate should be paid as prescribed for compensation of state officers & employees under K.S.A.75-3203a by the Secretary of Administration. Travel to obtain medical services on or after July 1, 2022, shall be reimbursed at the rate of 58.5 cents per mile.
If you have an overpayment, it means that the Kansas Department of Labor has determined that you obtained Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits in excess of the amount that might otherwise have applied.