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(TMZ)   IRS to Snoop Dogg: Your tax lien is $546,000. Snoop Dogg: Would you like a check or cash?   (tmz.com) divider line 44
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ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-05-12 11:33:13 AM  
Can you pay the IRS in cash?
 
2013-05-12 11:45:09 AM  

ZAZ: Can you pay the IRS in cash?


or blood .
 
2013-05-12 11:56:34 AM  
A black entertainer with tax problems? That's unpossible!
 
2013-05-12 11:57:15 AM  
Subby misspelled cashizzle.
 
2013-05-12 01:19:35 PM  

Mugato: A black entertainer with tax problems? That's unpossible!


A Pothead entertainer with tax problems? That's just as unpossible!
 
2013-05-12 01:45:44 PM  

ZAZ: Can you pay the IRS in cash?


image.shutterstock.com
 
2013-05-12 02:17:05 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Mugato: A black entertainer with tax problems? That's unpossible!

A Pothead entertainer with tax problems? That's just as unpossible!


Much like Rmoney, he's got is mind on his money and his money on his mind!
 
2013-05-12 02:24:28 PM  
With so much drama in the IRS
it's kinda hard paying taxes under duress
 
2013-05-12 02:27:33 PM  
Surely this exciting revelation that a celebrity has paid their 2009 taxes was worthy of a newsflash tag?
 
2013-05-12 02:35:42 PM  
The problems of the 1%. Who gives a fark?
 
2013-05-12 02:39:50 PM  

The All-Powerful Atheismo: With so much drama in the IRS
it's kinda hard paying taxes under duress


but somehow some way
I keep stackin paper
Like every single day
 
2013-05-12 03:34:59 PM  
It's oregano...all of it.  Wake up, sheeple.
 
2013-05-12 04:14:43 PM  

Moodybastard: Much like Rmoney, he's got is mind on his money and his money on his mind!


That makes me want to buy some Seagram's geeein,they all got they cups but they won't pitch eeein.
 
2013-05-12 05:31:32 PM  
Snoop Dogg is a West Coast based rapper, actor and media mogul who has a net worth of $120 million.
 
2013-05-12 05:38:47 PM  

fisker: Snoop Dogg is a West Coast based rapper, actor and media mogul who has a net worth of $120 million.


And he's the reincarnation of Bob Marley. A man who died when Snoop was ten years old. Wrap your head around that.
 
2013-05-12 06:05:15 PM  
uhhh good?
 
2013-05-12 06:44:21 PM  
Paying your taxes three years late is the coolest.
 
2013-05-12 06:51:36 PM  
isn't it something like Snoop Lion now?

and he needs to give lessons to Wessly.
 
2013-05-12 07:32:26 PM  
Oh no, that's Snoop Doggs problem. I'm Snoop LION now. Totally different.
 
2013-05-12 07:51:36 PM  
IRS to Snoop Dogg Lion: Your tax lien is $546,000. Snoop Dogg Lion: Would you like a chi-zeck or cashizzle?

FTFY, subs.
 
2013-05-12 07:51:55 PM  
This is DJ Easy D!ck on the j@rk-off hour...
 
2013-05-12 09:06:53 PM  

Mugato: A black entertainer with tax problems? That's unpossible!


Plenty of white entertainers have tax issues, strange how their race isn't blamed for it.
 
2013-05-12 09:11:12 PM  

TheJoe03: Mugato: A black entertainer with tax problems? That's unpossible!

Plenty of white entertainers have tax issues, strange how their race isn't blamed for it.


Use pliers to get the hook out.
 
2013-05-12 09:15:17 PM  

studs up: TheJoe03: Mugato: A black entertainer with tax problems? That's unpossible!

Plenty of white entertainers have tax issues, strange how their race isn't blamed for it.

Use pliers to get the hook out.


Is it a troll when so many people actually think like that?
 
2013-05-12 10:08:47 PM  
I didn't know he was a Tea Party member.
 
2013-05-12 10:08:59 PM  

TheJoe03: studs up: TheJoe03: Mugato: A black entertainer with tax problems? That's unpossible!

Plenty of white entertainers have tax issues, strange how their race isn't blamed for it.

Use pliers to get the hook out.

Is it a troll when so many people actually think like that?


I think we can throw this one back in, guys.
 
2013-05-12 10:10:12 PM  

Mr. Eugenides: I didn't know he was a Tea Party member.




He's not. He actually paid his tax bill.
 
2013-05-12 11:55:25 PM  

PizzaJedi81: IRS to Snoop Dogg Lion: Your tax lien is $546,000. Snoop Dogg Lion: Would you like a chi-zeck or cashizzle?

FTFY, subs.


This should be the headline.
 
2013-05-13 12:24:41 AM  

Mugato: Moodybastard: Much like Rmoney, he's got is mind on his money and his money on his mind!

That makes me want to buy some Seagram's geeein,they all got they cups but they won't pitch eeein.


After reading TFA, I had to back up off a bit and set my cup down... Tanqueray and chronic, yeah I'm f*cked up now.
 
2013-05-13 12:56:19 AM  

ZeroCorpse: PizzaJedi81: IRS to Snoop Dogg Lion: Your tax lien is $546,000. Snoop Dogg Lion: Would you like a chi-zeck or cashizzle?

FTFY, subs.

This should be the headline.


There's still time. Hell, they changed the Ikea assembling robot headline, why not this one?
 
2013-05-13 12:56:45 AM  

fisker: Snoop Dogg is a West Coast based rapper, actor and media mogul who has a net worth of $120 million.


He has to have all sorts of professionals that take care of his finances. Crap like this is the equivalent of a local tavern owner putting off paying last quarters taxes for a few weeks because they are behind on paper work.
 
2013-05-13 05:40:29 AM  

fusillade762: ZeroCorpse: PizzaJedi81: IRS to Snoop Dogg Lion: Your tax lien is $546,000. Snoop Dogg Lion: Would you like a chi-zeck or cashizzle?

FTFY, subs.

This should be the headline.

There's still time. Hell, they changed the Ikea assembling robot headline, why not this one?


Agreed. And PJ gets an honorary link credit for that, subby keeps his (or hers) and everyone else agrees to not make any drunken mod/passed out admin jokes or post ponies for at least an hour.

Win/Win/Win FTW.
 
2013-05-13 08:45:38 AM  

Yes please: Paying your taxes three years late is the coolest.


Says the person who's never been audited incorrectly and paid up just because fighting it wasn't worth the time, effort, and risk to his public persona.
 
2013-05-13 09:32:36 AM  

Babwa Wawa: Yes please: Paying your taxes three years late is the coolest.

Says the person who's never been audited incorrectly and paid up just because fighting it wasn't worth the time, effort, and risk to his public persona.


Am I to understand you have some sort of evidence he was audited incorrectly?
 
2013-05-13 09:59:28 AM  

quatchi: fusillade762: ZeroCorpse: PizzaJedi81: IRS to Snoop Dogg Lion: Your tax lien is $546,000. Snoop Dogg Lion: Would you like a chi-zeck or cashizzle?

FTFY, subs.

This should be the headline.

There's still time. Hell, they changed the Ikea assembling robot headline, why not this one?

Agreed. And PJ gets an honorary link credit for that, subby keeps his (or hers) and everyone else agrees to not make any drunken mod/passed out admin jokes or post ponies for at least an hour.

Win/Win/Win FTW.


Yeah, that's likely to happen.
 
2013-05-13 10:15:21 AM  

Yes please: Am I to understand you have some sort of evidence he was audited incorrectly?


No, you are to understand that any two tax professionals will come up with wildly different numbers when calculating the tax liability of a given enterprise (particularly one with many sources of income), and that when you're worth $120M,half a million is worth paying to make a problem simply disappear.
 
2013-05-13 10:21:04 AM  

Babwa Wawa: Yes please: Am I to understand you have some sort of evidence he was audited incorrectly?

No, you are to understand that any two tax professionals will come up with wildly different numbers when calculating the tax liability of a given enterprise (particularly one with many sources of income), and that when you're worth $120M,half a million is worth paying to make a problem simply disappear.


Oh, I wish you would have said that the first time.  I still wouldn't necessarily agree with it, but at least I'd  understand the point you were trying to make.
 
2013-05-13 10:45:56 AM  

Yes please: Oh, I wish you would have said that the first time.  I still wouldn't necessarily agree with it, but at least I'd  understand the point you were trying to make.


It's bad form to imply that someone who ended up in the red after an audit was deliberately evading or delaying taxes.  It's particularly bad form to do so when they true up without argument.
 
2013-05-13 11:11:32 AM  

Babwa Wawa: Yes please: Oh, I wish you would have said that the first time.  I still wouldn't necessarily agree with it, but at least I'd  understand the point you were trying to make.

It's bad form to imply that someone who ended up in the red after an audit was deliberately evading or delaying taxes.  It's particularly bad form to do so when they true up without argument.


I'd argue that it's bad form to imply that someone we audited "incorrectly" when there's no proof of that.  I'd also think that paying up without a fight is more of an admission of "Yeah, you got me," whereas someone who believed they'd done things legitimately would contest it.  And when it's happened three of four years, that seems to establish a pattern.  Either he has the world's worst accountant or it's deliberate.
 
2013-05-13 11:43:00 AM  

Yes please: I'd argue that it's bad form to imply that someone we audited "incorrectly" when there's no proof of that.  I'd also think that paying up without a fight is more of an admission of "Yeah, you got me," whereas someone who believed they'd done things legitimately would contest it.  And when it's happened three of four years, that seems to establish a pattern.  Either he has the world's worst accountant or it's deliberate.


Funny that you're saying I can't assume that this is the result of an arguable position on tax liability, but you can assume without any evidence whatsoever that this was a "you got me - I was trying to cheat" situation.

This doesn't even need to be the result of bad advice.  I'll give you an example:  My wife is an independent consultant.  CT law is unclear on whether she needs to pay sales tax for the services she renders.  She's gone to a few different accountants and tax lawyers, and she gets conflicting advice. She's asked other consultants, and they are split on whether they (a) ignore sales tax for all clients (b) ignore sales tax for all but CT-based entities, (c) pay sales tax out of overhead, or (d) charge the clients sales tax (most of whom refuse to do so).

She pays sales tax for all services except those rendered to non-profits.  But if she chose not to, or decided only to do it for CT entities and lost out on an audit, she would have to pay tens of thousands in back taxes.  And what is a "CT entity" anyway?  Do they need employees in CT?  an office?  Headquarters?  Do they just need to do business here?   All of this is undefined.

Like Snoop, she'd be on the hook for years of taxes, and although her business is only worth a fraction of his, it would be significant amounts of money.

Our tax code is incomprehensible for all but the simplest of taxpayers.  You can't assume that truing up and avoiding court is an implicit admission of intent to evade.
 
2013-05-13 12:54:04 PM  

Babwa Wawa: Funny that you're saying I can't assume that this is the result of an arguable position on tax liability, but you can assume without any evidence whatsoever that this was a "you got me - I was trying to cheat" situation.


Nothing funny about it.  You implied an incorrect audit without any proof of such, and as it's gone unchallenged that's implicit proof it was correct (at least legally).  I presented an opinion as an opinion.

Babwa Wawa: Our tax code is incomprehensible for all but the simplest of taxpayers.  You can't assume that truing up and avoiding court is an implicit admission of intent to evade.


I can assume that just as fairly as you can assume that paying up its evidence off an honest mistake.  Nether matters, but I was presenting an alternate interpretation.  The fact that this has happened the pig for years suggests either incompetence or purpose.
 
2013-05-13 01:06:50 PM  

Yes please: The fact that this has happened the pig for years suggests either incompetence or purpose


A $500k tax liability on a $120M enterprise suggests neither incompetence or purpose.   Over the last 7 years, my wife has paid about $40k in sales taxes that nobody can tell her for sure that she's had to pay, and the only way for her to find it is through an audit and subsequent tax court case.  If she didn't pay it and was found liable for it, it would reflect on the opacity and subjectivity of our tax code more than any intent on her part.
 
2013-05-13 07:27:00 PM  
Anyone seen his house on the reality show he had for a bit? It really didn't look like the home of a guy worth $120 Mil, especially the furniture and fixtures.
 
2013-05-13 10:27:33 PM  
Probably WHY he's worth 120mil
 
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