I have an ethical conundrum (though probably the government will resolve it whether I like it or not). Here you file for unemployment every two weeks, but you enter the income you got on a weekly basis. I did this, and since I'm now employed, I was denied (as expected) for one week and paid for the other. That's the official statement I got. I have a record of it. Okay, but they direct deposited money for both weeks. I'm guessing a human actually hits the direct deposit button, and they accidentally paid me for both weeks. The unemployment office is nearly impossible to contact. They require phone calls, and for the last month, every time I call, I get the message that the system is so busy they cannot even put me on hold. So I have no easy way to give this money back.