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SSA Reinstates Employer “no-match” Letters

In a move to help ensure that employees are correctly credited with earnings data for future benefit calculation, the Social Security Administration recently re-instituted the practice of issuing “Employer Correction Request Notices” to call attention to mismatches between I-9 and SSA records. The practice had been discontinued in 2012, but has been reinstated “to ‘educate’ employers about inaccurate earning records and ensure that employees receive the benefits they have earned.”  Business and compliance attorney at Brad Maier, in a post on, explains the “no-match” process in detail. Check it out here…


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