Social Security Administration Resumes “No-Match” Letters

Craig Regelbrugge April 17 2019

The Social Security Administration (SSA), beginning in April 2019, has resumed sending "Employer Correction Request" letters, also known as "no-match letters," to every employer that has at least one Social Security no-match, meaning that names or Social Security numbers (SSNs) listed on an employer's Form W-2 do not match SSA's records.

The letters now being received by employers are somewhat different than the versions sent during the Bush administration, and later discontinued during the Obama administration.  Notably, they do not include act...

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