Government Entity Accounting Services
For nearly 60 years, our dedicated government accounting specialists have been providing professional services to entities across the state.
Whether it is changes in compliance requirements issued by the Auditor General or changes in government accounting standards, our professionals can help school districts meet their financial reporting needs. Their experience includes audit work for dozens of school districts around the state and they are actively involved in both the Arizona Association of School Business Officials and the Association of School Business Officials International.
Special taxing districts are required to have an audit or review done every year or every two years, depending on the type of district and its adopted budget. No matter what your needs are, our professionals have the knowledge and experience to help a range of districts:
- Community facilities districts
- County improvement districts
- Domestic water or wastewater districts
- Drainage and flood control districts
- Fire districts
- Hospital districts
- Irrigation and agricultural improvement districts
- Irrigation and water conservation districts
- Irrigation and water delivery districts
- Power/electrical districts
- Sanitary districts
- Special road districts
State + Local Governments
If you run a state or local government that receives federal funds, you are required by federal law to have a Yellow Book or Single Audit to make sure your entity is using those funds for the purposes outlined in your inter-government agreement.
State law also requires independent auditors to report on a municipality’s:
- Annual expenditure limitation report
- Compliance with special tax funds
- Highway user revenue funds
- Landfill financial assurance
- Local transportation assistance funds
Our government professionals specialize in providing services to meet all of these financial needs and more for state departments, state agencies, municipalities and their component units.
Tribal governments are a specialized government entity with financial reporting much like state and local governments; however, tribal governments deal with numerous funding sources and enterprises that are not utilized often in other governments. The complexities involved in the accounting needs of tribal governments requires specialized industry knowledge.
Our professionals have a long history of serving tribal governments in Arizona so they understand the unique accounting and reporting requirements you face in gaming, farming, utility and other tribal enterprises.
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