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OK, thanks. I was too lazy to read the article. I wasn't even thinking about captive insurance companies.

"Ms. MacNab laughed at the thought that anyone doing this would even pay those taxes, however. "The I.R.S. would never notice" if the taxes were not paid, she said."

He, he. Now if you want to talk about tax fraud, she's right. It's not that tough. And if you don't get too greedy, there's decent odds you won't get caught. But if you do, better plan on spending some time in "government housing."

If you can't do the time, don't do the crime.

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