IRS News Snippets - October 14, 2010


IRS to Auction Young Buck’s Assets to Pay Taxes On October 28, the IRS will be holding an auction of some of Nashville rapper Young Buck’s assets to pay off his tax debts.

Among the items that will go under the hammer are Young Buck’s gold and platinum records for his own music and some others in collaboration with fellow rapper 50 Cents, several works of fne art, a number of LCD and plasma televisions, branded watches and a range of fur coats and others.

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