Employment Law SSN No-Match Letters Return
Apr 12, 2019
For the first time in seven years, employers are receiving Social Security number (SSN) no-match letters from the Social Security Administration when it has discovered that the W-2 records submitted by the employer don't match the administration's records on employee names and SSNs. This is a warning to employers to carefully check the employee's information. The problem could be as innocent as a typo or as serious as a stolen identity. (Read More)
Article By: Allen Smith, J.D.