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Statement by Person Knowing About Employment
1732.1 How do you submit statements of persons who know about your employment and wages?
Persons who know about your employment and wages should make their statements on a Form SSA-795 (Statement of Claimant or Other Person), available at all Social Security offices. The statements must:
Set out the facts on which the person bases his or her conclusions about the wages paid to you; and
Show the periods for which the wages were paid.
1732.2 Who qualifies as a person who knows about your employment and wage?
Sources for statements include your:
Banks, or others who regularly cashed you pay checks;
Employment agencies; and
Last Revised: March, 2001
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