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Is notice given of changes in an earnings record?
No. Notice of changes in an earnings record are not given unless:
The worker or the worker's survivor was previously given a report of the worker's wages for periods in which a deletion or reduction of wages is made; or
Amounts recorded as self-employment income are being reduced.
Note: A survivor is given notice of a change only if the worker or the survivor was previously given a report of wages or self-employment income for the period involved.
Last Revised: March, 2001
- When can earnings records be revised after the time limit?
- Evidence of Wages
- Time Limit Extended if an Investigation is in Progress
- Can wages be credited to your record even if you cannot obtain any evidence of wages?
- What is included as "total earnings" when computing the AME or AIME?
- Felonious and Intentional Homicide
- What earnings are disregarded when a convicted person makes a claim for benefits?
- What types of income count under the earnings test?
- What happens if a child is entitled to benefits on more than one earnings record at the same time?
- Statement by Person Knowing About Employment
- When are you entitled to divorced spouse's insurance benefits?
- When will you NOT receive a lump-sum death payment?
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