The Social Security Administration has resumed issuing what is officially called an "Employer Correction Request Notice," but are commonly referred to as "no-match letters." Sarah Wixson offers guidelines for how to respond if you receive one of these letters.
Stokes Law Briefs
In an April 2nd decision, an Appellate court reminds foreclosing lenders to say what you mean and mean what you say. Claire Taylor and Tom Lerner explain that ambiguity and delay can lead to unintended outcomes.