Grammy-winning singer sentenced in tax fraud case

Lauryn Hill, award-winning singer, was sentenced to three months in prison for tax evasion this week. The singer failed to file tax returns from 2005 through 2007. She owed more than $1.8 million in taxes for those years. Even though Hill paid almost one million dollars in federal and state taxes prior to the sentencing, the judge decided to give her time in prison, and home arrest thereafter, rather than probation.

For more details and to find out what Hill should have done about her taxes read, “Lauryn Hill Sentenced to 3 Months in Prison for Tax Evasion.”

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