12 January 2001
Publication of 1999 Finance Accounts
The Department of Finance each year prepares detailed accounts of the Central Fund for the previous year, known as the Finance Accounts. These are the most comprehensive set of accounts published by the Government and include, in summary form, information on almost every aspect of the Government's operations. Part One of the Accounts contains particulars of receipts and issues from the Central Fund under a number of headings such as Tax Revenue, Non-Tax Revenue, Capital Investments, Capital Receipts, Guaranteed Loans etc. Salaries, pensions and allowances paid directly from the Central Fund are detailed in Schedule 1, including, in particular, pensions and severance payments relating to Ministerial office.
Details relating to the National Debt are in Part Two of the Accounts and have been provided by the National Treasury Management Agency.
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