Dairy producers have reported receiving Employer Correction Requests from the Social Security Administration (SSA). Commonly called “No-Match” letters, these letters inform employers of mismatches between submitted W-2 form information and SSA records. The “No-Match” letters were implemented in 1993 and discontinued in 2012, only to be resumed this year.
The letters instruct employers to access a list of their affected employees on the SSA’s Business Services Online (BSO) system. To use the BSO system, first complete a one-time registration process at:
Ignoring the letter and failing to take action on the request could result in some jeopardy for the producer.