The Isle of Man Government's financial year end is 31 March. The Treasury currently produces 2 sets of annual accounts, reporting revenue (income and expenditure), capital and fund transactions for each year.
The first set of accounts, the Detailed Government Accounts (sometimes known as the Light Blue Book), are detailed, unaudited accounts for government departments and offices but not the non-revenue funded statutory boards (Isle of Man Post and Manx Utilities Authority) or government owned companies. They are produced in time for the July sitting of Tynwald and in general compare the actual income and expenditure against the budgeted amounts.
The second set of accounts, Isle of Man Government Audited Accounts (sometimes known as the Dark Blue Book), are a summarised set of accounts and are subject to external audit. These accounts are normally produced in time for the October sitting of Tynwald and in general compare the actual income and expenditure against the prior year amounts.
5 years of accounts are available for you to download or view but if you require further information or previous years' accounts please contact:
Isle of Man
+44 1624 685586
+44 1624 685662