September 19, 2018
By Will Racke
The Trump administration will resume notifying U.S. businesses when information submitted on employee tax forms doesn’t match up with social security records, a longtime practice halted by the Obama administration.
Beginning in 2019, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will send “no-match” letters to employers when a name and social security number combination provided by an employee does not match the agency’s records for that number. Read the full article at The Daily Caller.
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