MIAMI — It’s time for Flo Rida to fire his accountant!
Or keep better track of the dough that’s rolling in!
The Miami singer, whose real name is Tramar Dillard, is the target of a third — count’em — third income tax action from the Internal Revenue Service in a little more than a year.
The singer of Wild Ones and Low and Club Can’t Handle Me just received notice he owes another $681,411 in unpaid taxes for the year 2012!
Oh, and let’s not forget the 81 cents!
The lien was filed by the IRS against Flo’s recording studio on West 79th Street in Hialeah.
Add the $1,197,655.44 in unpaid taxes that the IRS started trying to recoup from Flo two weeks ago, and his total comes to $1,879,067.25 million!
Worse case scenario, the feds could eventually force the sale of the singer’s studio if they don’t get paid before 2024!
Flo’s lawyer has yet to return a call for comment.
Last year, Flo wrote Uncle Sam a $1 million check to clear his first lien.