Yolanda Adams has joined the ranks of a number of megachurch pastors like Bishop Eddie Lee Long, Benny Hinn, Creflo Dollar, Joyce Meyers, Kenneth Copeland, and Paula and Randy White, all of whom have been called on the carpet by a Senator Charles Grassley, the top Republican on the Senate Finance Committee, to see if they are not doing any handiwork of their own when it comes to the money they are collecting. Adams was being investigated by the IRS for allegedly failing to appear for an appointment with the tax agency to explain her financial affairs last month. The IRS was attempting to determine Adams’ tax liability and how to collect on the debt. The IRS probe stemmed from two million-dollar mortgage loan applications: A 2005 Ocwen application said Adams earned $40,000 a month and listed $8 million in assets—including and $800,000 trust account, $4.9 million in other personal holdings, and jewelry worth $1.5 million. That document also stated she owned a Lexus and a hummer. Additionally, a subsequent Chase home loan application listed $3 million in assets, including a business worth $1.5 million, a Mercedes-Benz and a Range Rover. She owns a home worth more than $2 million in Houston’s Royal Oaks County Club subdivision. However, God was on Yogi’s side when a federal judge dismissed the IRS filing against the Grammy-winning gospel diva Yolanda Adams. The tall beauty turned over financial records requested by the agency and the 46-year-old singer is happy that everything is progressing smoothly with the IRS probe. “The court date has been dismissed, and we are working to find the true liability, if any, as a result of bad accounting on the part of former representation,” Adams said. Yolanda Adams did not get off easy; she still had to provide document for the past six years and explain her financial affairs to investigators.