Tag: no match letter

New proposed rule from Homeland Security will rescind the controversial no-match rule

One of G.W. Bush’s controversial acts as president was issuing the no-match rule. When employers pay social security taxes, the Social Security Administration (SSA) allocates a certain amount to each employee based on that employee’s social security number. All is well and good when the employer provided numbers match the numbers on file with the … Continue Reading

Homeland Security Issues Final Supplemental “No-Match” Rule

Yesterday the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a supplemental final rule regarding employers’ obligations upon receiving a "no match" letter from the Social Security Administration (SSA).  (A "no match" letter states that an employee’s reported Social Security number appears invalid).  The final rule is identical to the department’s previous rule, which was blocked from implementation by a California … Continue Reading
LexBlog