Social Security 'no match' letters sent to employers again.

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After a six-year hiatus, the Social Security Administration has restarted sending "no match" letters to employers that file W-2s on which employees' names don't match the Social Security number in its records. Aside from IRS tax penalties, the letters may spark I-9 and...

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