Financial Planning and Management in Public Organizations by Alan W. Steiss, Emeka O. Nwagwu

By Alan W. Steiss, Emeka O. Nwagwu

This paintings makes a speciality of the idea and perform of monetary administration in public organisations and native govt, highlighting the making plans, research, and keep watch over talents essential to navigate a way forward for swap in know-how, society, politics and economics. It info 3 basic parts of accountability within the annual monetary administration cycle - money administration, monetary making plans, and administration keep watch over. The authors talk about the monetary planning-control continuum, money administration and funding thoughts, and methods of economic and managerial fee accounting to aid monetary managers and public directors of their day-by-day efforts to advertise extra effective and potent use of economic assets.

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An annual assessment updates the values for all real property each year. While computer-based information systems make annual assessments possible, a complete physical inspection each year of the total inventory of real property within a jurisdiction is unlikely as it would be a major undertaking. If annual assessments are required (or desired), weighted values are often applied to physical characteristics identified in previous inspections, with changing market conditions accommodated on a neighborhood basis.

For budget building), financial accounting is concerned primarily with the historical results of fiscal transactions and the financial position of some organizational entity. The basic financial accounting equation can be expressed as follows: Assets = Liabilities + Fund Equity + Revenue – Expense Whereas for-profit entities seek to generate net income, not-for-profit organizations strive to “break even”—that is, to balance revenues and expenses. 12, are discussed in further detail in Chapter 10.

6. The tax is regressive in that it tends to absorb (in the case of residential property) a greater proportion of the income of low income families than higher income families. The increasing list of exemptions tends to accentuate the inequities inherent in the tax. The yield is not as flexible as some other kinds of taxation. As a result, in periods of inflation, assessments fail to rise in relation to actual changes in value. The problems of administration are very substantial. Concerns about inequitable appraisals and reappraisal give rise to taxpayer anxieties.

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