A change in your personal situation may affect your entitlement to unemployment benefit. You may receive less or more money. Therefore, you must immediately report any change in your personal circumstances to the employment agency responsible for you. These notifications are important so that you receive the correct amount of benefits to which you are entitled. In particular, you must report if you: go away for a long time, move house, take up a second job (including voluntary work), take up a job, go back to school, start an apprenticeship or a course of study, become self-employed, go on maternity or parental leave.., draw an old-age pension, receive a pension for reduced earning capacity, are doing a traineeship, voluntary service or military service, changed your name or marital status, become ill or recover from illness.., change tax class, or have another reason for deregistration. In some cases, you should contact your local employment agency before your personal situation changes. For example, if you take up a second job: The income from the secondary employment may affect the receipt of your unemployment benefit. The obligation to notify also applies to changes that may have a retroactive effect on your benefits. This is the case, for example, if you are granted a pension retroactively. If you receive supplementary unemployment benefit II in addition to unemployment benefit, you must notify the Jobcenter of the change separately. Please take into account the information on this benefit and use the form for notifying changes when receiving benefits from the basic income support scheme.