Lupita Martinez | August 23, 2017
When the Governmental Accounting Standards Board issued GASB Statement No. 34 in June 1999, it made drastic changes to how state and local governments, including tribal governments, did financial reporting. Now GASB is revisiting that statement and seeking input from stakeholders on how it can improve the model. This is an incredible opportunity to make your concerns known about the current GASB Statement 34 fund financial statements and the proposed changes to those statements.
The fundamental issue GASB is addressing is the form and content of governmental fund financial statements, including their measurement focus and basis of accounting. The objective is to make the statements more understandable for those making decisions based on a government’s fiscal health. Read more. Read More
Sandy Abalos | January 7, 2016
Just before its year-end recess, Congress approved its anticipated tax-extender package, which President Obama has since signed into law. The package makes permanent – or extends authorization for – a number of tax provisions affecting economic development in Indian Country.
The Indian Tax Extenders are designed to motivate both direct investment in projects on Indian lands and the hiring of Indian people. Read more. Read More