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ACCOUNTS Accounts BCF Income and Expenditure Account for the 12 month period ended 31st December 2010 Notes INCOME Members subscriptions Training receipts Open Tech


Rent & service charges receivable Miscellaneous income


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EXPENDITURE Accommodation: Rent


Service charges & rates Electricity, gas, cleaning & repairs


Personnel: Salaries, pensions & pension fund Consultants fees & expenses


Office & general overheads: Printing, stationery, publications & general expenses Postage & telephone & internet Insurance


Professional charges Regions & meeting expenses:


Expenses of meetings & functions (including staff travel) Subscriptions & affiliation fees Communications to members Training expenses – Open Tech Projects


Capital expenditure written off: Depreciation


(Profit) on sale of assets


Operating Surplus Interest receivable


Surplus on ordinary activities Tax on ordinary activities


Surplus after tax


Retained surplus brought forward Retained surplus carried forward


The attached notes on pages 42 - 44 form part of the financial statements. 4 6 2 & 7


53,270 12,282 37,111 1,312


42,533 146,508


11,822 -


11,822


941,955 48,517 50,132


49,793 274,497


324,290


38,927 12,098 30,017 3,344


33,093 117,479


10,945 (137)


10,808


1,615 (339)


943,251 26,750 27,877


27,641 246,856


274,497 2010


838,652 16,300 -


135,520 990,472


2009


££ 857,240 18,810 12,720 81,231


970,001


77,000 -


20


79,044 8,486 5,188


Dilapidations (20,500) 20,000 56,520


112,718 2 & 5


495,284 98,484


593,768


20,430 26,919 11,492 74,496


133,337


510,269 76,683


586,952


15,078 16,167 12,226 71,823


115,294


1,127 (236)


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