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I have kept all of my offer letters and pay stubs. You should at least keep your paystubs for tax reasons. The IRS has 7 years to come after you for things, so you should keep your paystubs for at least that long. The next time you buy a pair of shoes, you know what to do... How hard would it be to call the company and get a reprint of your offer letter? You know someone has it saved as a Word document somewhere. Or just get your ex-boss or the HR department to write something on company letterhead that specifies your start date.
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