QPR's Financial Fair Play battle with the English Football League is set to be resolved next month.
The investigation relates to the 2013-2014 season which saw the club promoted to the Premier League, after beating Derby County in the play-off final.
According to FFP, the club were limited to making losses of £8m for the season, with the club's actual losses standing at £9.8m, and also saw owner Tony Fernandes and other shareholders writing off £60m in loans as an "exceptional item".
The Loftus Road club were relegated back into the Championship after one season.
An arbitration panel will decide whether the English Football League were right to lodge a heavy fine against the hoops, thought to be as much as £58m, for exceeding spending limits.