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The latest standard-setting local authority accounting guidance.
Codes of Practice
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Code of Practice on Local Authority Accounting in the United Kingdom: Disclosure Checklist for 2017/18 Accounts
This publication contains a detailed analysis of authorities’ council tax and national non-domestic rates operations.
It includes analyses of the amounts collectable, current and previous years’ arrears, court costs, the number of accounts raised and the methods of collection, the numbers of council tax benefit recipients, exemptions and discounts, the number, type and rateable value of non-domestic hereditaments, enforcement action taken, and information on the type of arrangements for service provision.
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This publication provides a wide ranging and comprehensive analysis of capital expenditure by: service; grants and advances; capital income from receipts and grants; credit ceilings and approvals; sources of long term borrowing; debt maturity structure; approved investments; and average rates of interest.
The survey covers all authorities in Great Britain.
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This publication includes details of: the number and area of cemeteries; the number of interments and new graves excavated; staff employed at cemeteries; revenue expenditure and income and fees and charges.
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The CIPFA Local Authority Expenditure Comparative Profiles were developed in response to requests from local authorities from across England. Our comparative profiles use the latest DCLG Revenue Outturn (RO) data, bringing it into simple and easy to read charts that collectively build up a detailed view of how your service costs compare to others. In 2015 these popular profiles return for their third edition.
This publication contains actual and estimated income and expenditure figures, together with data on: number of fire stations; appliances; personnel; firefighters' pension fund.
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