(a) Fifty percent of extended benefit payments based on benefit wage credits from
a taxed employer are chargebacks and must be used in determining the employer's benefit
ratio unless regular benefits paid to the individual were determined not to be charged
back against the employer's account.
(b) Fifty percent of extended benefit payments based on benefit wage credits from
a taxed employer, regardless of whether charged to an employer, shall be used in the
numerator of the replenishment ratio in Section 204.045(b). Chargebacks resulting from the payment of extended benefits shall be used in the
denominator of the replenishment ratio in Section 204.045.
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