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To see a sample of the letter see the following links: https://gov/employer/notices/https://gov/employer/notices/Employer Correction Please note the Educational Correspondence letter from the SSA is serving as an alert to review employee information and in most cases, no action is required to be taken with the administration in this letter.
If errors are found, follow IRS guidelines for correcting prior year W-2’s or contact the SSA directly.
When name changes come up, it’s important that the payroll information that feeds to the year-end reporting form W-2 has the correct name and number match as registered with the Social Security Administration.
As an employee who wants to collect Social Security benefits down the road, it should be an attainable measure to make sure the earnings and taxes paid are associated with the right identity.
Most of her time is spent working with business owners on a day to day basis to maintain their books, and help with payroll record keeping and processing, and assisting with general business processes.
E-Verify is a web-based system that allows enrolled employers to confirm the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States.
Finally, in some instances employers may be required to participate in E-Verify as a result of a legal ruling.
E-Verify, which is available in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, the U. Virgin Islands, and Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, is currently the best means available to electronically confirm employment eligibility.
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If you receive the Employer Correction Request letter, you will need to take action steps to correct with the administration.
Business owners can take action to run checks and balances in this respect.
This article describes the requirements of Form I-9, warns about the surprising dangers of using some of the various systems (e.g., E-Verify) to verify the accuracy and authenticity of employees' Social Security numbers, and describes best practices for employers to use when they discover a mismatch in employee documents.
Form I-9 requirements for employers The ban on hiring undocumented workers.
The sample letter gives feasible suggestions to run tests on employee data.