SSA Issuing No-Match Letters to Employers

From OMA Connections Partner Dinsmore: “The Social Security Administration (SSA) confirmed it resumed issuing “No-Match Letters” in March 2019. Officially called Employer Correction Requests, No-Match Letters inform an employer that the information reported on an individual employer’s W-2 form (or an employer’s quarterly tax filing) does not match the SSA’s records. The SSA has indicated the letters are issued to correct its database and to ensure employee earnings are accurately credited to their Social Security records.”

Read more about this from Dinsmore. 4/29/2019