Monthly Archives: January 2020

SSN No-Match Letters: What to Do If You Receive One

In 1993, the Social Security Administration started issuing no-match letters to employers. However, in 2012, the SSA stopped sending no-match letters to employers, due to various litigation concerns. Quite recently, the agency resurrected the practice, distributing around 575,000 no-match letters … Continue reading

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Offering Cash in Lieu of Benefits: Is It Legal?

Group health insurance can be expensive. To lower costs, some employers offer cash in lieu of benefits to employees who opt out of their group health plan. This can be an enticing option for employers on a tight budget and … Continue reading

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Know the Tax Rules for Employee Loans

A salary, or wage, advance is a type of short-term loan from an employer to an employee. The employee receiving the advance must pay back the money within a specified time frame, as dictated by the company’s salary advance policy. … Continue reading

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