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ORP question

Signed up to ORP/Chomage this time last year.
Wife might have a job, so thinking of signing off BEFORE it runs out, some 100 days claims left I think.
Can I do so without losing the remaining days.
Thinking of signing off to keep chomage money in reserve.

Anybody ever signed out without finding a job? Will I be potentially be able to sign back in?
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Re: ORP question

Why go though all the bother of this ?



Why not just not spend the money you recieve from chomage and put it in a seperate account simply and use it as and when you need too. Maybe to supplement your wifes' income thus making it last longer.$


You probably have more chance of finding a job or at least receive additional support on ORP (RAV) rather than off it.
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Why go though all the bother of this ?



Why not just not spend the money you recieve from chomage and put it in a seperate account simply and use it as and when you need too. Maybe to supplement your wifes' income thus making it last longer.$


You probably have more chance of finding a job or at least receive additional support on ORP (RAV) rather than off it.
The more money you earn as a family, the more tax you pay. There is no such thing as a separate account. Better I claim less, pay less tax. If the wife's job folds we have something to fall back on.
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Signed up to ORP/Chomage this time last year.
Wife might have a job, so thinking of signing off BEFORE it runs out, some 100 days claims left I think.
Can I do so without losing the remaining days.
Thinking of signing off to keep chomage money in reserve.

Anybody ever signed out without finding a job? Will I be potentially be able to sign back in?
it does not work like that. The calculation runs for a two year period and you loose it after that when the new calculation is done as you won't have the employment contributions to qualify for the next period... take the cash and just save it.
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