A CAFR is a set of government financial statements which goes beyond the minimum requirements of generally accepted accounting principles that furthers financial transparency. The CAFR is presented in three main sections. The Introductory Section includes a financial overview, discussion on economy and organization charts. The Financial Section includes the auditor's report, management's discussion and analysis, audited basic financial statements, notes to the financial statements and supporting schedules. The Statistical Section sets forth selected unaudited economic, financial trend and demographic information.
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A Popular Annual Financial Report is prepared by state and local governments by extracting information from their Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). The PAFR is specifically designed to be readily accessible and easily understandable to the general public and other interested parties without a background in public finance.
FTC is responsible for monitoring the efficiency, productivity, and management of the authorities created pursuant to Chapters 343 and 348, Florida Statutes, and to conduct periodic reviews of each authority's operations and budget, acquisition of property, management of revenue and bond proceeds, and compliance with applicable laws and generally accepted accounting principles. To view the full report or for more information on the FTC visit them online at www.ftc.state.fl.us.
The Annual Operating Budget is a financial projection of the operations for the upcoming fiscal year. It reflects management's best judgment of the anticipated expenditures to be incurred and income to be earned.
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