AIP011 | What to Do When Sessions Payroll Doesn't Report Your Acting Income to Social Security - with Sara DeRosa by The Acting Income Podcast published on 2015-06-03T08:00:41Z Actor and stand-in Sara DeRosa shares with Ben Hauck how she discovered her income from Sessions Payroll was not reported to the Social Security Administration, and how the discrepancies she found in her total and reported income could have decreased her retirement benefits and pension and health eligibility. In the interview, Sara explains what steps she took to remedy the discrepancies in her income, and what to do if you have received a W-2 from Sessions Payroll or from any companies related to it (Firsthand Productions, Inc., RE Productions, Century Employer Organization, LLC, or Vast c/o Sessions). She offers instructions on how to determine if your wages were not reported to the SSA, SAG Pension & Health, or AFTRA Health & Retirement. Sara also shares where you can download her in-depth guide on the issue, how you can take responsibility in fixing the problem if it affects you, and how you can get the word out to other actors about the issue. The episode concludes with Ben's own trip to the Social Security office to address the issues he saw after talking with Sara, as well as instructions to get a free worksheet for figuring out whether you too have unreported income.