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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will Form 1094 B Desktop

Instructions and Help about Will Form 1094 B Desktop

Music. So, first of all, we're going to start with preparing solicitation notices for 2015 reporting corrections. We'll explain what these are here in the next slide. Most of you though submitted 2015 electronic returns ultimately got a result of accepted with errors. The most common errors that were reported is what was called a 10 TI n validation error. That stands for taxpayer identification number, which is the social security number. That error indicates that the social security number and the name information that was provided in that electronic 295 si record didn't match what was stored in the Social Security Administration's database. To fix those kinds of errors, what you would first want to do is review your employee records from when you hired the employee first so that you can determine if there are any of those errors that are obvious, that could easily be fixed with some data entry in the employee file. Perhaps the data entry was incorrectly entered in your payroll software or there was a typo or some transposed letters in the data entry. Even if the information that you have is correct, you could have a situation where a middle name is entered in the last name field or it's missing altogether. Unfortunately, the IRS hasn't really explained what criteria will produce a 10 validation error. It would be nice if they would highlight which information is incorrect, but they're not providing that, so we could end up playing a guessing game trying to figure out which information needs to be corrected unless you actually have a photocopy of their Social Security card. But even with all of the correct information entered in your system, it's possible that the error actually lies in this Social Security Administration system, in which case it's not possible...