SSA No-Match Letters – What You Need to Know

Following a seven-year period with no issuance of “No-Match Letters,” the Social Security Administration (SSA) resumed sending Employer Correction Notices to businesses that have submitted a wage report containing a reported name, Society Security Number (SSN) or a combination thereof for an employee which do not match SSA’s records. An employer that receives a no-match letter has 60 days to provide updated information, but should never ignore its receipt. Take the following steps: compare the reported no-match information against existing records, confirm HR records with the employee, have the employee contact the SSA and wait for the no-match issue to be resolved.

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