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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyB View Post
    OR do the 'right' thing and keep your mouth shut and if you decide to sell, do it a little at a time. Do NOT call the news station to brag about your finds.
    As far as the Govt knows, this has been in your family for generations. Why give them 28% ?
    That is the law.
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    Hmmmm, I would liquidate my share in small portions. Not a big fan of the IRS
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    Off to jail you may go.

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    I'm poor. My housekeeper is poor. My chef is poor. My driver is poor, the gardener is very poor and I never found no stinken cache..... Prove it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billieg View Post
    I'm poor. My housekeeper is poor. My chef is poor. My driver is poor, the gardener is very poor and I never found no stinken cache..... Prove it.
    You forgot your valet and footman!
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    It depends on the state you live in. If you live in Oregon, the find is your's and the landowner's.

 

 
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