Find out more information about the new public benefit programs that will expand unemployment eligibility; temporarily increase weekly benefits for all claimants; and allow additional categories of people to claim unemployment benefits: https://www.mass.gov/info-details/update-massachusetts-department-of-unemployment-assistance-announces-guidance-on-cares
Click here: https://rec-hurley-appointments.eol.state.ma.us/
How to make an appointment to visit the Boston Re-Employment Center.
The center is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Visit Mass.gov/DUA or call (877) 626-6800 for help with services the REC does not offer.
You can also file an unemployment claim by phone.
CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILING ONLINE OR BY PHONE
If your unemployment claim has been denied or UI has directed you to contact a Career Center, click here
The 1099-G is an IRS form that shows the total unemployment benefits you received and any taxes withheld during the previous calendar year. You will need this information when you file your tax return.
Contact the DUA Interactive Voice Response (IVR) at (617) 626-5647 and follow the prompts to request your 1099-G.