Focus on Material Terminology - A Primer for Writing an Effective Management's Discussion and Analysis - How can government finance officers write the MD& A so that it is understandable and easily readable for a broad spectrum of potential readers? The authors discuss GASB Statement No. 34's requirements and simple ways to make the MD& A easier to read.
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