The Internal Revenue Service says to Lionel Richie, not "Say You, Say Me" but rather "Say You, Say Tax Lien".
The IRS has filed a tax lien against singer-songwriter Lionel Richie for over $1.1 million in unpaid taxes.
The tax lien was filed in Los Angeles on April 2 against the 62 year old multiple Grammy award winner.
Richie began writing and performing chart topping hits in the late 1960's when he was a member of the Commordores. He had a string of hits including "All Night Long", "Say You, Say Me", "Three Times A Lady", and "Dancing On The Ceiling".
Now that tax season is over, it is time for you to get serious about settling off any old tax debts you may have accumulated.
Our firm can help you reduce your past and current tax debts before you are up "All Night Long" worrying about the consequences.
The IRS, when they file a tax lien against you, are not "Three Times The Lady" towards you. They can be real unladylike in their demeanor.
Contact a professional if you owe the IRS money and you will be "Dancing On The Ceiling".