Docusearch Reminds Employers of Their Rights for Finding 1099 Employee’s Information to Complete IRS Tax Forms this Season

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Premier investigation service provider Docusearch provides information to business owner’s for help in completing their 1099 employee forms this tax season.

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Not submitting this information or submitting incomplete forms can return an invalid status to the tax forms which can result in heavy penalties charged to the business.

Docsearch.com, a team of state-licensed private investigators, wants to remind small business owners this tax season that 1099 employees withholding their personal information shouldn’t be a reason to delay the tax filing process.

While a social security number is by far one of the most important personal identifiers and is most-often used to wrongfully assume the identity of another when in malicious hands, there are certain situations that can arise when obtaining a social security number is completely lawful. According to the private investigators at Docusearch, when faced with the submitting incomplete tax forms to the IRS a business is within its rights to use an investigative service to uncover the information of their contract employee.

Not submitting this information or submitting incomplete forms can return an invalid status to the tax forms which can result in heavy penalties charged to the business. Avoid these tax season issues by submitting a SSN lookup request to the private investigators at Docusearch. Their licensed team has access to databases often reserved for only law enforcement officials. If the need for this information can be proven, the team will only require the subject’s name, last known street address, approximate age, and date of birth. This information is required and necessary to return results. If for some reason a social security number cannot be identified for the subject, the service charge for the social security number search will be fully refunded.

Other permissible purposes for requesting this search include:
-work in conjunction with official government business
-work in connection with identity fraud
-work involving a fraud investigation
-work in a civil or criminal investigation (social security number MUST be necessary)
-requested by competent court to determine whether defendant is currently in active military
-required for debt collection, judgment recovery, child support and wage garnishment

About Docusearch:
Docusearch has been profiled by Forbes Magazine and featured in national television media including MSNBC, CNBC, A&E, and Dateline NBC. In addition to their Social Security Number search, Docusearch offers a variety of investigative searches and has been a premier provider for on-line investigative solutions since 1996.

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