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I know a person who owns his own business and claims much less on his taxes each year than he actually makes. This has been going on for years and allows him to qualify for government benefits such as medicare. How does one go about reporting this? Is there any way that he would be able to trace it back to me to find out I reported it? Are there certain requirements that need to be known before it gets investigated? I have never worked for this company before, but I am worried about personal retaliation if it gets traced back to me (ie. harassment or assault) Any other additional information would be helpful
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