Bridging the Gap -- Using Modified Accrual Accounting Systems to Prepare Full Accrual Government-wide Financial Statements - Local governments will either use existing modified accrual basis or purchase new full accrual accounting systems to meet reporting requirements of GASB 34. The article describes an approach that uses existing account groups as a bridge between information provided by a ...
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