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Understanding Governmental Financial Statements

February 14, 2019
12:00pm
- 1:00pm

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Governmental financial statements are often complex, containing information that is presented on multiple levels – and using different criteria. The sheer size of the basic financial statements makes the information cumbersome, especially for “non-financial” individuals. Join CSH’s Larry Weeks for a webinar on understanding these often complicated statements. You’ll learn the difference between the types of financial statements presented as well as helpful tips on using the information to make management decisions.

Topics Include:

1. Different layers of financial statements presented
2. Information contained within the note disclosures
3. CAFRs versus basic financial statements
4. Important financial policies that affect financial statements
5. Useful financial ratios and analysis

Who should attend?

Anyone responsible for making financial related management decisions within a government (board members, other elected officials, administrators, directors, staff) who are not involved in the preparation of the basic financial statements or CAFR.

Webinar Details​

Date
February 14, 2019
Starts
12:00 PM
Ends
1:00 PM

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