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I KNOW this is not legal or ethical, but I was just wondering if the IRS or Social Security Administration has any record of when people get married.

I can't answer that question, but I can predict, given that you've already plopped this out for potentially millions of people to see, that you wouldn't be able to resist blabbing about it sometime down the road, and given the number of letters I've seen over the years in which people turn other people in, it isn't worth the risk. Besides, do you really want to be married to a person who commits tax fraud?

Phil Marti
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