(Bloomberg) The business manager for Prince Rogers Nelson, the recording artist known as Prince, said her client will respond to a request from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service for tax information.
The manager, Debra Whelan, said in an emailed statement Wednesday that until the inquiry was disclosed in the press, she was unaware of a “routine request” from the IRS claiming Prince failed to comply with a summons issued on behalf of French tax authorities.
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