Chapter Three 1. The budget-to-actual comparisons of the major funds are in the financial section. a. The actual amounts are on the basis of GAAP. The amounts include the differences between GAAP and budgetary amounts with revenues being the largest reconciled item. b. The variances reported are based on the original budget. 2. In the financial section, the CAFR includes the budget-to-actual comparisons of non-major funds. 3. The city encumbered goods and services that have been ordered but not have been received. 4. The encumbrances outstanding at year-end do lapse over. This can be identified by looking at the financial statements.
Chapter Four 1. The main sources of revenue are, license and permits and property taxes were the main sources of revenue for the general fund and consolidated taxes. 2. The function or activity that had the greatest revenue would be the revenue collected in taxes. 3. The report discusses the accounting bases for revenue recognition. Accrual base is used in the government-wide statements. 4. The government fund financial statements uses deferred revenue. The government-wide statements do not record deferred revenue. 5. The government’s property tax rate is $1.1637 per $100 in assessed valuation. 6. Not applicable 7. One the third Monday in August is when the property taxes are due. Interest and penalty start to accrue from the date the taxes are initially levied which is July 1st. 8. Property taxes increased 64.7%, consolidated taxes decreased 67.29%, licenses and permits