Frequently Asked Questions

Why choose UC Assure?

UC Assure is the pioneer in unemployment compensation insurance, offering a unique alternative solution to the state unemployment compensation tax system for 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations, public employers and Native American Tribes for more than twenty years. We are the industry experts when it comes to providing unemployment insurance solutions that fit your organization’s needs and save you money.

Click here to find out more about the unemployment compensation insurance solutions UC Assure offers that could provide massive savings — of both time and money.

Combined with our innovative product lineup is our commitment to offering your organization the best in personalized account management and expert claims administration.

Click here to learn more about claims administration solutions.

Why should I invest in an insurance product rather than pay the tax?

Under the tax system, all unemployment compensation payments are pooled together, and all payees share the socialized costs of administering the system. As a result, many non-profit organizations end up funding other companies’ unemployment benefits, having to pay more than their fair share.

With an unemployment compensation insurance solution from UC Assure, your organization pays a fixed rate based solely on your non-profit’s individual claims history and future expectations, cutting costs and ensuring that you only pay for benefits you actually receive.

How are things different in my state?

Each state has unique legislation defining unemployment compensation obligations, but that doesn’t necessarily limit your options. No matter how your organization is currently financing your unemployment obligations, UC Assure can work with your team to find alternative solutions to your state’s unemployment obligations providing real protections while providing budgetary consistency.

To learn more about your individual state’s programs, click here and explore your state tax system.

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Native American Tribes

Public Employers

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