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LGPS Fund Accounts 2018/19: Example Accounts and Disclosure Checklist

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This guide to preparing Local Government Pension Scheme Fund Accounts is an absolute must for finance practitioners in LGPS-administering authorities and external audit agencies.

Code Of Practice On Local Authority Accounting In The United Kingdom: Guidance Notes For Practitioners 2018/19

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Available now to order. Publication due October 2018. These guidance notes offer constructive advice and assistance to practitioners and external auditors on all aspects of the detailed application and implementation of the 2018/19 Code of Practice.

Code Of Practice On Local Authority Accounting In The United Kingdom: Guidance Notes For Practitioners 2018/19

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Available to order now. Publication due October 2018. These guidance notes offer constructive advice and assistance to practitioners and external auditors on all aspects of the detailed application and implementation of the 2018/19 Code of Practice.

The Prudential Code For Capital Finance In Local Authorities: Guidance Notes For Practitioners (2018 edition)

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This guidance provides practitioners with a practical interpretation of the Prudential Code. It will enable them to meet its key principles of ensuring that capital programmes are affordable, prudent and sustainable and to enable them to explain this effectively to those charged with governance. It also provides new guidance on the production of the capital strategy introduced to the Prudential Code in 2017.

The Prudential Code For Capital Finance In Local Authorities: Guidance Notes For Practitioners (2018 edition)

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This guidance provides practitioners with a practical interpretation of the Prudential Code. It will enable them to meet its key principles of ensuring that capital programmes are affordable, prudent and sustainable and to enable them to explain this effectively to those charged with governance. It also provides new guidance on the production of the capital strategy introduced to the Prudential Code in 2017.