Last year around this time, I met a guy who was interested in adding lawn care to his snow plowing service. He was not going to do the work himself. He was going to hire 1 or 2 guys. I answered all his questions honestly and thoroughly. Lo and behold at the start of this season I see a trailer with his name on it and sure as heck, he's in the lawn buisness. Ran into him last week and asked how things were going etc. Before long we are talking price and his seem way low. I give him the usual "you should quit screwing yourself and me and raise your prices to a respectable level because you can" line. Bfore long he says something to the effect of "I'd never make it if i had to pay workers comp and witholding on my 2 guys". So the question is; do I turn this guy in as a tax cheat? I Hope the argument for this is obvious. On the other hand, he is a little guy (40 accts.-tops) and almost insignificant in the big picture. I feel compelled to turn him in because I was so forthright in answering his questions and I'm certain we talked about the stuff hes cheating on. P.S. - The guy was driving a brand new Yukon and is by no streach of the imagination, hurting . Any similar experiences or thoughts are welcome.