Three months after the mismatch letters were sent out, Social Security finally responded to questions about an employers' obligations when they receive a mismatch letter. Despite giving specific deadlines (60 days) in the letters to take action, the SSA is now saying they were meant to be educational in nature, and that "Social Security" will take no action if an employer does not go online to get the names and "wrong" numbers so they can verify whether numbers were transposed, etc.

Jason Resnick


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