Twenty years ago, somewhere in the bowels of an auditor's office in the New York State Department of Taxation, was most likely a poster bearing a likeness of yours truly with the words "tax cheat" emblazoned across the bottom.

At least in my mind I was sure there was. Why else would I get letters threatening paycheck garnishments and possible fines and imprisonment over a $575 dispute in state taxes?

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