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Chapter 2 discussed the reasons why governments use fund accounting and also described the
purposes of the funds that they maintain
Our goal in this chapter is to provide a broad understanding of the purpose, form and general
Chapter 2 Fund Accounting
In Chapter 1 we set forth key characteristics that distinguish governments and
not-for-profits from businesses and we discussed their implications for
accounting and reporting
Chapter 4: Governmental Activities Recognizing Revenues
In chapter 3 we discussed the basic financial statements and other minimum
financial reporting requirements for governments.
Chapter 4 10 will e
Chapter 1 The Government and Not-For-Profit Environment
How do Governments and Not-for-Profits
compare with Businesses?
2.Budgets versus the marketplace
3.Expenditures and Revenues