4 Ways To Protect Entertainers From IRS Meltdowns

Law360, New York (March 7, 2014, 6:06 PM EST) -- Rapper Lil Wayne has reportedly been slapped with a $12 million IRS tax lien, joining a long list of entertainers like actors Lindsay Lohan and Wesley Snipes who've butted heads with the agency. Entertainers and athletes often have erratic pay schedules that complicate their IRS filings, but with careful guidance they can avoid missed taxes, experts say. 

Self-employed people like entertainers often run into tax trouble because they receive money from several different sources, and good advice is hard to come by, according to tax attorney...
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