DECOR Notice Definition
DECOR notice stands for decentralized correspondence. They are issued when there is a problem with an employee’s W-2 affects their payroll and withholding.
DECOR Notice Extended Definition
DECOR notice, or decentralized correspondence, is a notice issued by the IRS when there is an error on an employee’s Form W-2 that could potentially cause problems within the payroll system. They are issued for several reasons including, but not limited to:
- Typographical errors
- Incorrect Social Security number
- Unreported name or address changes
- Inaccurate records
This notice may send employee earnings into a suspended file. To fix the issue, you can verify or correct the information on the employee’s Form W-2.
Decentralized Correspondence (Decor) Notice | SSA
Last Updated By
Maria Tanski-Phillips | Feb 22, 2023