No Match Letters
2019 – 04/25 Employers may receive “no match” letters from the Social Security Administration (SSA). In March, the SSA began mailing notices to employers with name and Social Security number combinations submitted on Forms W-2 that don’t match its records. “The purpose of the letter is to advise employers that corrections are needed in order for us to properly post its employee’s earnings to the correct record,” the SSA said. Mismatches may occur because of typographical errors, unreported name changes and inaccurate employer records. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2MZnZh1.