Vol. 34 Nbr. 1, February 2018
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- POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF TAX REFORM ON OUTSTANDING AND FUTURE MUNICIPAL DEBT ISSUANCE.
- Another Look at Zero-Based Budgeting.
- State Rainy Day Funds Grow, but Total Balances Lag.
- New Tax Law to Create More Problems for Unfunded State Pension Plans.
- MONITORING FINANCIAL DECISIONS: The City Tempe and a Key to Financial Sustainability.
- Planning and Financing Smart Sustainable Cities.
- THICK versus THIN: how technology can improve public involvement in the budget process.
- Civic Engagement Strategies far Financial Sustainability BUDGET GAMES AND SIMULATION: All types of individuals, including expert economists, struggle to interpret and use data to develop appropriate policy recommendations.
- Supreme Court to Decide Billon Dollar Sales Tax Case: In South Dakota v. Wayfair, a state is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to rule that states and local governments may require retailers with no in-state physical presence to collect sales tax.
- A New Year, A New Tax Code: The Knowns and Unknowns of Impact to State and Local Governments: State and local governments are now operating under a federal tax code that is different from the last reform effort in 1986.
- Government Finance Officers Association.
- Making the Transition to GASB's Codification from of the Original Pronouncements.
- Budgeting Book Will Interest Readers at All Levels.
- What a Digital City Hall Could Be.