State and Local Government Accounting Services
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Now more than ever, governmental organizations are expected to manage operations and services with fewer resources.
State and Local governments and agencies often face significant obstacles. They must adhere to regulations; work with limited resources; and be able to provide accurate and timely financial information to government officials. This information is also scrutinized by private citizens, financial institutions, rating agencies and other governmental agencies.
Brown Edwards’ state and local government accounting team understands the budgetary constraints and regulatory environment in which entities operate. We have decades of experience conducting audits, working with governmental officials staff, and resolving the challenges they seek to address.
At Brown Edwards, we tailor our services to meet the needs of your individual organization.
Our professionals understand how to account for the diverse functions in which state and local governments operate, from social services and airports to transit operations and parks and recreation. The byproducts of our services, whether they be audited financial statements, financial analyses, or governance communications, are transparent, adhere to applicable professional standards, help evaluate and report on internal controls, and are key for citizens, management, governance, and other users for understanding the financial operations of our clients.
Brown Edwards’ experience allows us to give ongoing assistance beyond the numbers. We develop strong relationships with our government clients, interacting with them throughout the year. The trust we develop, the results we provide, and the confidence we instill are all reasons that so many state and local governmental agencies throughout our region choose Brown Edwards for their accounting needs.
Updated: October 8, 2021 State and local governments are revisiting taxpayer compliance with nexus rules and other tax policies, considering new taxes on digital services and reconsidering conformity with federal tax rules and legislation in an effort to rebuild theirread more
The Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (CSLFRF) provide $350 billion in emergency funding for eligible state, local, territorial and tribal governments. The U.S. Department of the Treasury (Treasury) has published an Interim Final Rule that implements and detailsread more
As state and local governments look for new ways to stimulate their economies, incentivize employment and keep businesses afloat, the pressure for states to generate additional tax revenue continues. In response to this pressure, states are revisiting taxpayers’ compliance withread more
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