I'm just starting DS's taxes, and I notice that one of his W-2's has the wrong SSN. This was for 1 day of work, so we're not talking a lot of money. Is there anything that he or I need to do to fix this, or do I just report the income on his taxes and ignore the wrong SSN? It just feels like it's not going to match up somewhere in the IRS world.It shouldn't be a problem unless Box 2 has an amount.PhilRule Your Retirement Home Fool
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