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February 5, 2023

Let’s Give Courtney Love Credit for Being Tax Compliant in 2008 and 2010, You Guys

In point of fact, I do not know if Ms. Love is in compliance in the tax years of 2008 and 2010, however it stands to reason that if she were not, the lien filed on July 11th by the IRS would have included amounts due in those years.
The IRS filed a tax lien against the "Hole" singer on July 11th, claiming Love still needs to pony up some tax cash from the years 2009 ($3,236.23) and 2011 ($263,624.78).  Grand total = $266,861.01. It's not Courtney's first tax rodeo either … back in 2009 she was slapped with another lien (for unpaid taxes in 2007) … to the tune of $324,335.21. That lien has since been paid.
Credit due. Credit given.
 
[TMZ]

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