The Internal Revenue Service began the 2011 tax season hardcore by going after the tax debts of several well-known celebrities with tax liens while continuing to punish the financially compromised and distressed middle-class. With the country still in economic crisis, IRS Revenue Officers are focusing on the collection of delinquent income taxes with a renewed vigor. Rappers and actors seem particularly to be under the microscope of IRS collections enforcement.
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Some of the High Profile Individuals allegedly starting 2011 with tax liens and other tax- related problems include the following:
Val Kilmer — The actor had a nearly $500,000 IRS tax lien filed against him.
Wyclef Jean — Singer and Former Haitian Presidential Candidate has 2.1 million in IRS tax liens filed against him.
Teri Polo — Known as Pam Focker from the Meet The Fockers movie series, she has an outstanding IRS tax lien of $116,620.
Randy Quaid — The Independence Day actor and brother of Dennis Quaid owes over $1 million in back taxes to the IRS.
Xzibit —The former Pimp My Ride television host and West Coast emcee owes the IRS $959,523 in back taxes.
Lil Jon — The Rapper and Music Producer had an IRS tax lien filed against him for $638,937 lien in June 2008, listing a $1.9 million oceanfront South Carolina home as his address. Unfortunately, the home was foreclosed on and sold in August 2010.
Swizz Beatz — The Producer Husband of singer Alicia Keyes owes Over $2.6 Million To IRS.