Title

When the Internal Revenue Service began auditing self-employed lobstermen in the

Authors

Mike Brown

Source

Island Journal

Date

1991

Volume Number

Volume 8

Pages

28

Abstract

When the Internal Revenue Service began auditing self-employed lobstermen in the 1970s, Department of Marine Resources field agent Mike Brown had to teach the feds some basic lobstering terms, like stuffing boxes and cuttings. Lobstermen responded by using his names on their tax invoices.

Subjects

Lobstermen, US Internal Revenue Service

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