How often is the County audited?
The County is audited once a year by an external firm to ensure accuracy and thoroughness in its financial reporting. In addition to the outside firm, the County performs its own audits. Departments are reviewed once every six years, though changes in the department such as key staff turnover or significant changes in revenue or expense may necessitate a review. Internal control reviews are performed for process involving cash receipts, revenue recovery, accounts receivable, cash disbursements, revolving funds, purchasing and contract administration, trust and special department funds, payroll, and budgeting.

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1. What is a CAFR?
2. What is the difference between a CAFR and a budget?
3. How often is the County audited?