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A Practical Guide for Local Authorities on Income Generation (2019 edition)

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Available for pre-order, publishing date July 2019. Updated for 2019, this revised guide offers practical help to authorities to retain service funding. The guide addresses issues with current funding and demonstrates ways that the income for local authority is changing.

Streamlining the Accounts

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Available for pre-order, publishing date July 2019. This publication provides practical suggestions on how the annual statement of accounts can strike a better balance between compliance with standards and providing clearer, simpler and more transparent information. It focuses on things that matter most in a local authority context.

Local Authority Capital Accounting - A Reference Manual for Practitioners

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This publication is a practical reference manual dealing with all the capital accounting issues commonly faced by local authorities. Written in an informal and accessible style, it is suitable for newcomers to the topic as well as to those with experience who want to check and improve their understanding. This is an extended and updated edition of the book published in 2016.

The Guide To Local Government Finance (2019)

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Updated for 2019, this publication covers the principles of sound financial management in the full range of local government services, together with an introduction to the complex funding system that supports them.

Social Care Statistics 2017/18 Actuals (Excel)

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This publication provides a detailed analysis of adult social care expenditure analysed by support group, such as: physical support, sensory support, support with memory and cognition, learning disability support and mental health support.
Other information includes a breakdown of the total population by age group and number of resident weeks.