July 2016, Vol.10 , No.7 Past issues | Subscribe | Printer Friendly | Advertise | eMagazine Archives
Each year, ACCG prepares a guide to assist county budget officials and payroll officials in calculating county official salaries in accordance with Georgia law. The Computing County Official Salaries for 2017 is now available.
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When undertaking any project or business transaction, significant risks and financial consequences are present. Those risks can be effectively managed through contractual risk transfer, which is the approach of combining the non-insurance risk transfer methods of indemnification and hold harmless clauses with insurance risk transfer.
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Sales tax is the second largest source of revenue for county government in Georgia. According to county survey results collected by the Department of Community Affairs in the 2014 Report of Local Government Finances, sales tax made up 18% of overall county revenues.
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Deborah Long, a finance and accounting major at Chattahoochee Technical College, interned with the Pickens County Planning and Development Department during the 2015 Summer Georgia County Internship Program.
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Gov. Nathan Deal, joined by State Road & Tollway Authority (SRTA) Executive Director Chris Tomlinson, recently announced 11 transit projects that will receive a total of $75 million in state funding through the GO! Transit Capital Program. The program, created and administered by SRTA, aims to address capital-related public transportation needs throughout the state.
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Cynthia Searcy, the assistant dean for academic programs at Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School, will be leading a two-day session on cost analysis in August. The session introduces participants to the concepts, data, and skills needed to perform cost analysis for their government agency, department, municipality or school district.
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Atlanta, GA 30303
phone: 404-522-5022 | fax: 404-525-2477 | ACCG.org

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