Lauryn Hill
Singer Lauryn Hill walks from federal court in Newark, N.J., Monday, April 22, 2013, after a judge postponed her tax evasion sentencing and scolded the eight-time Grammy winner for reneging on a promise to make restitution. Hill pleaded guilty last year to not paying federal taxes on $1.8 million earned from 2005 to 2007. At that time, her attorney said she would pay more than $500,000 by the time of her sentencing. It was revealed Monday in court that Hill has paid $50,000. The South Orange resident got her start with The Fugees and began her solo career in 1998 with the acclaimed album "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill." (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

Even though neo-soul icon Lauryn Hill has been out of jail for six months, after serving time for tax evasion, her financial problems are far from over.

According to the Newark Star-Ledger the singer still owes nearly $900,000 to the IRS.

Hill allegedly failed to pay $422,008.26 she owed for 2005; $19,838.75 she owed for 2006; $61,158.50 she owed for 2007; $58,405.71 she owed for 2008; $30,370.91 she owed for 2009; $13,247.73 she owed for 2010; and $261,838.19 she owed for 2011 — a total of $866,868.05.

Following her release from federal prison last October, Hill was allowed to delay her scheduled house arrest so she could go on tour.

In the past, Hill has written lengthy statements in her defense but she has yet to comment on the latest allegations of financial impropriety.