Dundee reduce losses on return to Scotland's top flight
Dundee suffered a loss of £197,000 in their first season back in the top flight - but that was £600,000 better than the previous financial year.
The Dens Park club report that the figures until May were "in line with the budgets set for the year".
Turnover nearly doubled to just over £4m, season ticket sales increased by 128% and league income, including television, was up by 81%.
Wages increased by 58%, but the wage-to-turnover ratio fell by 7% to 73%.