On appeal from the Board of Review, Department of Labor, Docket No. 169,090.
NOT FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE APPELLATE DIVISION
Submitted December 7, 2009
Before Judges Lisa and Alvarez.
Carol Gordon (claimant or Gordon) appeals from an April 22, 2008 determination by the Board of Review affirming a decision of the Appeal Tribunal issued on March 28, 2008, in which it concluded that her claim for unemployment was valid and that, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 43:21-4(e) and N.J.S.A. 43:21-3(c), she was entitled to "a weekly benefit rate of $521.00 and a maximum benefit amount of $9,899.00." We affirm.
Gordon's contentions on appeal are, even when viewed in the best light possible, not clear:
CLAIMANT RELIED ON EMPLOYER TO PAY ALL TAXES AND TO REPORT ALL EARNINGS FOR THE YEAR 2006.
CLAIMANT MADE DEMAND TO EMPLOYER, JOE E. STRAUSS, ESQ., TO CORRECT W-2 FOR 2006 TO REPORT ALL EARNINGS, PAY ALL TAXES AND TO REIMBURSE SOCIAL SECURITY UNAUTHORIZED WITHDRAWAL OF CLAIMANT'S FUNDS.
CLAIMANT FILED PROPER 2006 TAX EARNINGS.
CLAIMANT SHOULD NOT BE PENALIZED FOR EMPLOYER'S FAILURE OF REPORTING OR LACK OF BOOKKEEPING.
CLAIMANT ALSO RELIED ON THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY, BOARD OF APPEAL TO DILIGENTLY CORRECT NUMEROUS ERRORS THROUGHOUT THE UNEMPLOYMENT PROCESS AND APPEAL.
CLAIMANT RELIED ON UNEMPLOYMENT TO DELIVER MONIES DUE AND OWING AS THE MONETARY AMOUNTS WERE INCREMENTLY INCREASED.
CLAIMANT MADE A DEMAND FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF SAID FUNDS AND WAS UNJUSTLY DENIED $2,068.00 WHICH IS HELD IN NEW JERSEY STATE UNEMPLOYMENT MONETARY UNIT FUNDS AND REPORTED IN NJDOL-LOOPS PAYMENT SUMMARY TO DATE.
CLAIMANT IS STILL OWED FROM SHORT TERM DISABILITY $344.00 WHICH IS HELD IN THEIR FUNDS AND REPORTED IN NJDOL-LOOPS PAYMENT SUMMARY TO DATE. CLAIMANT WAS ENTITLED TO 23 ...