WASHINGTON The Social Security Administration, which is under a court order not to threaten employers with new sanctions related to discrepancies in workers’ SSA account information, may resume sending advisory “no-match” notices of such records errors next spring, said Mark Hinkle, a spokesman for the SSA. The SSA's decision not to send any legally allowed advisory no-match letters this year was applauded by foodservice industry organizations.Scott Vinson, vice president of the ...
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