Yolanda Adams was issued a summons by the IRS that required her to bring in paperwork from the last six years and explain her financial affairs.
The 46 year-old Gospel singer has now turned in her financial records prompting the government to withdraw its request for a judge to intervene.
When she failed to show up for a February appointment, the agency asked a judge to force the Grammy winner to cooperate. Yolanda Adams had to appear in court later this month.
Court filings last month revealed that the IRS section that oversees small businesses and the self-employed was investigating Yolanda Adams.
The IRS requested details about a pair of million-dollar mortgage loan applications and sought more information about the singer’s endorsements and royalties as well as music companies and foundations with which she is affiliated.