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jim on Jan 17, 2013
No – but you will need his/her ss#.
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Shell Answer Man on Jan 17, 2013
Just the SSN is enough.
EmilyD on Jan 17, 2013
I don’t think so. But you might want to have that just in case. It’s always good to be prepared. But really, I don’t think you do, you might though. You need their ss.
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