Wakefield Wildcats have reached an agreement with HM Revenue and Customs to delay a winding-up hearing.
The Super League club, who had disputed the exact amount they owed HMRC, were due in the High Court on Wednesday.
But a club statement read: "Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have come to an agreement that the case be adjourned.
"If required a date for the hearing will be arranged in due course. The club will fulfil their tax liabilities and continue to work with HMRC."
A similar order was staved off last November after Wakefield reduced their tax bill from £353,000 to £194,000.
In recent months HMRC has also adopted a tougher line in demanding football clubs pay their tax bills.