The Budget Book gives our estimates of expenditure and income for the services we provide and since 2014-15 incorporates our Medium Term Financial Strategy (MFTS). It also includes service statistics to put these figures into context and outlines our charges for services.
Information on Fair Debt Recovery Policy.
We are committed to making it easier for you to see how we spend our money within the organisation and on external partners and suppliers. Set out below are monthly lists of all payments the council has made of more than £500.
These reports detail all allowances given to the Members each year. The current scheme of Members' allowances is detailed in Section 6 of the Councils Constitution.
The Statement of Accounts is audited each year by an external company appointed by the Audit Commission. Following completion of this audit, the company tell us the main points it finds in an Annual Governance Report. In addition, the auditors issue an annual audit letter summarising all their audit work for us.
The Debt Recovery Team makes sure that money that is owed to the Council is paid, by issuing invoices. Invoices are issued for both private and commercial debts. They include regular invoices and one-off invoices.
When paying an invoice you must always quote the invoice number, these are seven digits long and start with a 4, however most Housing Benefit invoices start with a 5.
If the invoice remains unpaid after a final reminder has been sent we will take recovery action by using one or more of the following methods:
In response to the Government's offer of a multi-year settlement, Runnymede has agreed to submit its efficiency plans to ensure certainty on Government funding from 2017/18.
These policies and strategies are made in accordance with the Guidance on Local Government Investments issued by the government on 12 March 2004.
Information is published in line with the late payment directive and public contracts regulations. This will show the invoices paid and not paid within 30 days, along with the interest that could be payable due to late payment.
The Capital Strategy sets out the rationale for investment in capital assets and projects. It is updated annually to react to the changing Council priorities, social and demographic changes and the financial climate

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