Over two years ago, this blog site was one of the first in the state to highlight the new accounting rules showing the State of Indiana had hidden its unfunded pension debt Continue reading →
A supposed worksheet “error” causes property owners to have their taxes to go up.
The Governmental Accounting Standards Board forces the state of Minnesota to use real accounting standards for its pension calculations and it’s not pretty. Continue reading →
With local governments wanting to spend big on construction projects because of low-interest rate borrowing, new inflationary pressures are popping up. Costs are now going up 10% annually in some places. Continue reading →
Moody’s Investor Service released a financial grade for Indianapolis Public School system. Continue reading →
Politicians in local and state government are some of the most naive people I’ve ever encountered when it comes to finances. Continue reading →