FOI

Freedom of Information Act:
Money Matters

What We Spend and How We Spend It

Financial Information relating to projected income and actual income and expenditure

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Annual Statement of Accounts/Budgets and Variance Reports

A statement of income and expenditure for the most recent (available) financial year (April - March).

It lists current funds and assets alongside commitments and liabilities and Directors' remuneration.

It lists current funds and assets alongside commitments and liabilities and Directors' remuneration. It also contains an external audit opinion and statements of assurance of internal controls and responsibilities, signed by the Chief Executive, and the Director of Finance on behalf of the Board.

A summary appears as part of the Trust's Annual Report; however, a full set of the accounts is available on request from:

Director of Finance
Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust
Finance Department
Malvern House
Combe Park
Bath
BA1 3NG

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Financial Audit Reports/Standing Financial Instructions/Capital Programme

Rules governing the control of assets and handling of financial matters.

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Board Members Allowances and Expenses

A summary appears as part of the Trust's Annual Report:

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Publication of expenditure over £25,000

The Government requires all public bodies to publish details of non-pay invoiced expenditure over £25,000. This information is in line with the requirements of the Government's Transparency website: www.data.gov.uk.

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