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CHASKA, Minn. — Prince looks like a pauper in a list of delinquent taxpayers in Minnesota.

Carver County tax records show the musician’s PRN Music Corp. owes more than $227,000 for 2009 taxes to the state and other government bodies. The county is southwest of Minneapolis.

PRN Music houses Prince’s Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen. County records list several other properties under his full name, Prince R. Nelson, as delinquent.

County taxpayer services manager Laurie Engelen estimates PRN Music and Prince’s other properties owe about $450,000 in taxes.

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PRN and Prince’s studios don’t have listed phone numbers. A talent agency that has represented Prince didn’t immediately respond to e-mail seeking comment.

The delinquency list was published last week in the Chaska Herald.

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