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How do we verify your unsigned employer's wage statements?
When you submit pay envelopes, vouchers, and similar unsigned employer wage statements, make sure they:
Show your name and your employer's name;
Show the amount of wages paid and dates of payment or employment;
Are accompanied by your signed statement showing:
When your employer furnished the voucher or wage statements;
Whether your employer made all the entries; and
Whether this information correctly shows the wages paid and dates of employment.
Last Revised: March, 2001
- What evidence can you submit if your employer's records are not available?
- Statement by Person Knowing About Employment
- Statements of Earnings for Employees
- Personal Records of Worker
- Evidence of Wages
- Union Records
- Records Employers Must Keep
- How are wage disputes between employer and employee resolved?
- What Internal Revenue Service publications provide information on employer tax payments?
- What tax return forms do employers use?
- Can wages be credited to your record even if you cannot obtain any evidence of wages?
- When can earnings records be revised after the time limit?
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