The Treasurer of the British Veterans’ Group* (BVG), Amanda Molloy, has published the group’s accounts for 2012.
Mrs Molloy said “The BVG is a self-funding group with not just our members contributing financially, but also individuals not associated with our group by way of donations, raffles etc.
So, it is important that everyone can see that the BVG is totally transparent.”
Speaking after auditing the BVG’s 2012 accounts, Regional Treasurer James Mole said “The BVG accounts for 2012 were presented to me for inspection.
The items provided were all original bank statements, invoices, petty cash book and receipts.
All invoices explain clearly which item was purchased and match the relevant deduction on the bank statement exactly. The petty cash book is neatly filled out and easy to read.
All incoming money is broken down to provide exact details of where if came from e.g. Group membership dues, donations, sales of merchandise etc.
All balances add up correctly.
Money deducted from the petty cash book for banking matches exactly all banked money listed on the bank statements.
All receipts in the petty cash book explain which item was purchased and the total matches the figure deducted in all cases.
In my opinion the BVG finances are extremely well managed.”
More information about the BVG and how to join can be found by logging onto http://britishveteransgroup.org.uk/
*The BVG is a group within the British National Party.
Membership of the BVG does not qualify for membership of the British National Party, and you do not have to be a member of the British National Party to become a BVG member.