1996-08-16 - Re: Burden of proof

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From: DAVID A MOLNAR <molnard1@nevada.edu>
To: Robin Powell <rpowell@algorithmics.com>
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Reply To: <96Aug15.132311edt.20486@janus.algorithmics.com>
UTC Datetime: 1996-08-16 03:22:30 UTC
Raw Date: Fri, 16 Aug 1996 11:22:30 +0800

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From: DAVID A MOLNAR <molnard1@nevada.edu>
Date: Fri, 16 Aug 1996 11:22:30 +0800
To: Robin Powell <rpowell@algorithmics.com>
Subject: Re: Burden of proof
In-Reply-To: <96Aug15.132311edt.20486@janus.algorithmics.com>
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> This relates to something I have been wondering about:  If one could
> get one's company to pay one in electronic cash, what is to stop one
> from piling the coins in a Datahaven somewhere (assuming one existed
> that would be usable for these purposes) and say to the IRS: Money?
> What money?  Can you find any of my money?  I, uhh... lost it!  Yeah,
> that's it!!
	What is to stop the IRS from pointing out that you received the 
money from your employer? Maybe you could convince them you were unable 
to pay, but that would require squirreling away(and refraining from 
using) all your assets.