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Old 9th Feb 2011, 21:12
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GrahamO
 
Join Date: Nov 2009
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"They have an annual income of at least 750,000 and publish no accounts of how this money is used."

For the financially illiterate out there, BASSA do not have to produce accounts providing their data is 'rolled up' into the corporate body that is UNITE, and is a subset of the overall union accounts.

This is exactly how any other company declares its finances, and there is no obligation to provide data cut every which way.

Your local cricket team is an accounting entity but you have no obligation to declare the finances of 'bowlers' and 'fielders' as separate entities.
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