BiCon 1999 Accounts
|T-shirts and badges||348.00||Daytime PA hire||84.00|
|Adverts||15.00||Flipchart stands ||141.00|
|Coffee tickets ||308.85||Equipment for ents||260.00|
|Toward phone calls||50.00|
|Coffee etc ||1004.63|
|Stall at Pride Scotland||27.50|
|Printing booking forms||69.00|
|Surplus = 1751.01|
|loan from EBG||200.00||repaid to EBG||200.00|
|from '97/'98||2892.49||to hardship fund||1000.00|
|from BAG ||547.66||BM fee (from BAG money)||58.75|
|hardship from auction||121.45|
|surplus this year||1751.01|
|Total||4253.86||- passed to BiCon 2000|
 The coffees were a nightmare. We tried to keep the money for them separate so we could count it, and the figure shown as coffee ticket income is our best estimate. As it was Pollock charged us much more than this, and we would have been seriously inconvenienced by it if they had not also charged us less than we expected for accommodation.
 Pollock charged us much less for on site accommodation than we expected. This was because we didn't have to pay VAT on rooms for the Friday and Saturday nights. The extra money from this served to offset the loss from the coffees.
 We bought flipchart stands outright rather than hire them from Pollock as it was only marginally more expensive. They have been passed on to BiCon 2000.
 BAG promised to pay for the BM box, as they have up until now. We didn't actually get any money from them until August 1999, at which point they transferred their whole balance to BiCon.
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