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When You Can Say NO to Providing Your Social Security Number

Ashley here from AllClear ID.  Originally, social security numbers (SSN) were created to track an individual’s wages and earnings and to monitor social security benefits.  Today, your SSN is considered a key identifier in who you are to employers, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and other government agencies.  Specific laws restrict when you must provide […]