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FINANCE ACCOUNTS OF NORTHERN IRELAND

The Finance Accounts set out details of the transactions of the Consolidated Fund for Northern Ireland for the financial year. Moneys paid into the account consist of: Northern Ireland's attributed share of UK taxes; Various other moneys proper to Northern Ireland; Grant in Aid from the UK Consolidated Fund, to meet the shortfall between income and expenditure, i.e. the cash requirements of departments as approved by Parliament. The Accounts detail the various sources of receipts and issues of expenditure. Receipts take the form of Public Income and Capital Receipts. Expenditure consists of Public Expenditure, the greater part of which is on Supply Services (the cash requirements of departments), and moneys mainly invested or loaned as Capital Issues.


Published by: Department of Finance and Personnel

Available from: HMSO Bookshop
16 Arthur Street, Belfast
BT1 4GD

Latest edition: 1992 (covering the financial year, 1991-92) Price: 6.10

ISBN: 0 337 23580 5


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