R&B star Toni Braxton has moved to end her money woes by completing a court ordered course on financial management.
The singer filed for bankruptcy for a second time last year amid allegations her debts spiraled to between $10 million and $50 million.
She was ordered to enroll on a course about money matters as part of her case, and she passed on April 15th.
Braxton's pass certificate, obtained by TMZ.com, reveals she completed an "internet instruction course concerning personal financial management."
Braxton, who previously filed for bankruptcy in 1998, has blamed her cash flow issues on the cancellation of a series of Las Vegas shows, which were scrapped due to the singer's heart problems.