Mathew Knowles’ money problems are getting worse. Beyoncé’s father, 62, has an estimated net worth of $500,000. But that may soon be gone if the IRS has its way.

The IRS has reportedly hit him with a $220,000 tax lien after he failed to pay his taxes back in 2013. And this isn’t the first time Knowles has had money problems. He previously got a $1.2 million tax lien in 2013 because of his unpaid bills from 2010 to 2011.

Knowles hired a tax resolution service to help him solve his money problems. But according to reports, he didn’t pay all of their fees. And the firm later sued him.

So how did Knowles’ money problems get so bad? Knowles quit his job as an equipment salesman to be Destiny’s Child and Beyoncé’s manager. He owned one-fourth of Destiny’s Child. But by 2011, Beyonce fired her dad as her manager. “It took a while for me and my dad to have an understanding,” she told Giant magazine in 2006.

“When I turned 18 and started handling my business more, he went into shock. And we had our issues. I’d say ‘No’ to something and he’d book it anyway. Then I’d have to do it because I’d look bad [if I didn’t]. We would fight sometimes and it took about two years, to when I was 20, for him to realize, ‘Oh, she is an adult now, and if she doesn’t wanna do something I can’t make her do it.”

In a 2013 interview with Oprah, Beyonce explained her decision to fire Matthew Knowles. “It’s hard, but it’s a part of life and it’s a part of growth and I just had to tell myself, ‘At some point you have to be the adult that your father has raised you to be and prepared you to be,'” she said.

During a child support hearing, Knowles said he only made $127,000 in 2013 compared to the millions he was making as a manager. That wasn’t the first time he had to deal with child support. He’s had to pay child support to both TaQoya Branscomb and Alexsandra Wright.

Matthew Knowles’ net worth issues continued to get worse. He’s been accused of stealing from Beyoncé and was seen selling Beyoncé’s old merchandise at a garage sale.

According to reports, Knowles would like Destiny’s Child to get back together because he still owns one-fourth of the group. But he insists he’s not broke.

He still owns the Destiny’s Child trademark. He doesn’t get royalties, but he does get money from tours or things outside of music. And he co-wrote songs like “Survivor.”

He also went on to make money from his label Music World Entertainment. As far as the garage sale goes, Knowles said, “We need to get some of that junk out of Carriage House.”

Knowles also created a day-long boot camp on making it in the entertainment industry, but he was quick to say he wasn’t “trying to cash out on Beyoncé.”

“I’m not just Beyoncé’s father,” he said. “People want to brand me as that. I’m the brains behind the success.”