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Notes to the Financial Statements for the year ended 30th 14 Tangible fixed assets


Cost:


1 2 3


4


5 6 7


8 9


10


11 12 13


2011/12 £


14 15


16


17 18


19


20 21 22 23


24


25 26 27 28


29


1,150,022 171,814


1,321,836 Investments at market value


1,309,432 171,814


1,481,246 16 Debtors


28,562 72,832 7,768 1,979


111,141 17 Bank balances and cash


357,268 414


56,117 267


414,066 Lloyds TSB Bank plc - Current & Call accounts


Lloyds TSB Bank plc - RIBI Convention Breakfast account Ulster Bank Ltd - Euro Current account Cash


222,966 508


76,533 852


300,859 Trade debtors Other debtors and prepayments


Amounts due from Rotary International Amount due from HM Revenue & Customs


24,359


117,968 13,158 1,660


157,145


Market value of investments held by investment managers Cash held in bank accounts by investment managers


1,281,149 139,971


1,421,120


At 1 July 2012 Additions Disposals


At 30 June 2013


Accumulated depreciation: At 1 July 2012


Charge for the year Disposals


At 30 June 2013


Net book value: At 30 June 2013


At 30 June 2012


450,088 - -


450,088


220,959 10,502 -


231,461


218,627 229,129


169,749 8,529 -


178,278


131,268 14,981 -


146,249


32,029 38,481


619,837 8,529 -


628,366


352,227 25,483 -


377,710


250,656 267,610


The building has been insured for a value equivalent to a reinstatement cost of £1.95 million. Included in freehold land and buildings is £100,000 of non-depreciable land. The four premises trustees act as legal custodians of the premises on behalf of all members of RIBI.


15 Investments at cost


Cost of investments held by investment managers Cash held in bank accounts by investment managers


1,123,052 139,971


2012/13 £


1,263,023


June 2013


Freehold land and buildings £


Office and computer equipment £


Total £


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