Re: Laid Off
Pennsylvania calls that the "Office of Integrity." (good grief)^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
My guess, is somebody filed a complaint about a small business owner collecting PA UC after the business cards were noticed.
This form looks serious, http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt?open=514&objID=989852&mode=2.
I think it is good for everyone to learn the laws of their state, since it looks like a simple side business, whether it generates revenue or not, can lead to trouble.
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