September 18, 2018
By Laura D. Francis
The Social Security Administration soon will start sending “no-match” letters to employers when information submitted on tax forms doesn’t line up with SSA records, a practice that’s been dormant for six years.
Employers that don’t correct the information on the tax forms could be subject to Internal Revenue Service penalties. Read the full article at Bloomberg Law.
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