Lindsay Lohan Evades Federal Taxes…Again! Working Out "Acceptable Arrangement" With IRS

Uncle Sam slaps $140,000 lien on LiLo's home after actress flakes on her 2010 income taxes...revealed just a month after documents showed she also failed to file in 2009

By Gina Serpe, Claudia Rosenbaum Feb 15, 2012 7:52 PMTags
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Family problems are nothing new for Lindsay Lohan, so it's only fitting that her current bête noire is none other than reliable old Uncle Sam. Yes, again.

For the second time in as many months, E! News has confirmed that the Internal Revenue Service has filed a federal tax lien against LiLo after the actress failed to pay not only her 2009 taxes, but those on her 2010 earnings as well.

So, how bad is it? This time around, Lindsay is in the hole a whopping $140,203.30 to the Feds. But there's some good news on the horizon…

"Lohan's business manager is working out an acceptable arrangement with the IRS and hopes to have the matter solved shortly," Lindsay's rep, Steve Honig, exclusively tells E! News.

According to the document obtained by E! News, the IRS made their assessment of Lindsay's latest failure to pay on Sept. 19.

Just last month, records surfaced indicating that Lindsay had evaded paying her 2009 federal taxes as well, with the government placing their first tax lien on the actress in the amount of $93,701.57.

Well, she seems to have finally gotten her court act together, here's hoping her financial act follows suit.