Records concerning the management of the British Music Information Centre's finances. The records include: files concerning the funding of the British Music Information Centre by external organisations; cashbooks; invoices sent to users of the Centre for services provided; financial year-end files; MCPS-PRS licences and royalty payments; Companies House and Charity Commission returns; accountant's correspondence.
1966-2007Records concerning the funding of the British Music Information Centre. The records have been kept in the original order in which they were stored and used while at the British Music Information Centre.
1993-2007Monthly accounts of the British Music Information Centre's income and expenditure
1996-1999Invoices sent to users of the British Music Information Centre (BMIC) for sales and services provided by the Centre, including the purchasing of scores and the hiring of the BMIC and other venues for concerts and events.
Financial year-end files Item
1997-2000The British Music Information Centre (BMIC) financial year-end files for the Apr 1997-Mar 1998 and Apr 1998-Mar 1999 financial years. The files contain: draft accounts and trial balances, cashbook and petty cash summary accounts; bank reconciliation summaries; bank statements; BMIC sales invoices; copies of cashbook income and expenditure; copies of petty cashbook income and expenditure.
MCPS-PRS licences and payments Item
2004Records concerning the MCPS-PRS (the Mechanical-Copyright Protection Society and the Performing Right Society) licences held by the British Music Information Centre (BMIC) and royalty payments made by the BMIC to the PRS. The records include a copy of the BMIC's application form for a MCPS-PRS Limited Online Exploitation Licence, PRS concert service royalty payment slips and half year assessment returns containing the venue schedules for the British Music Information Centre.
Companies House and Charity Commission returns Item
1999-2003British Music Information Centre (BMIC) annual returns to Companies House and the Charity Commission. These records also include correspondence Companies House, Charity Commission and Matthew Greenall at the BMIC concerning overdue submissions and missing documents.
Lyall Youngman Chartered Accountants correspondence Item
2000-2009Correspondence sent between employees at the British Music Information Centre (BMIC) and Lyall Youngman Chartered Accountants concerning the BMIC's finances. The correspondence particularly concerns the preparation and content of annual accounts, financial statements and audits.