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City of Flint Finance

2006 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)

 

Complete FY 2006 CAFR  (pdf / 2.10mb / 182 pgs)
Due to the large size of this document, we have divided it into smaller sections to view or download:
Book by Section
Introductory Section 
Letter of Transmittal (pdf / 30kb / 4pgs)
  Organizational Chart (pdf / 38kb / 1pg)
Award for Achievement (pdf / 15kb / 1pg)
List of Elected and Appointed Officials
(pdf / 10kb / 1pgs)
Financial Section
Independent Auditors' Report (pdf / 28kb / 2pgs)
Management's Discussion and Analysis (pdf / 63kb / 11pgs)
Basic Financial Statements:
Government Wide Financial Statements (pdf / 30kb / 9pgs)
Fund Financial Statements (pdf / 74kb / 24pgs)
Notes to Financial Statements (pdf /154kb / 49pgs)
Supplementary Information (pdf / 177kb / 46pgs)
Statistical Section  (Unaudited)
Statisticals (pdf / 96kb / 24pgs)
 


The Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) of the United States and Canada awards the Certificates of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) - In order to be awarded a Certificate of Achievement, a government must publish an easily readable and efficiently organized CAFR, which must satisfy both Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and applicable legal requirements. This Certificate of Achievement is rewarded on a yearly basis.
The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting along with our clean audit opinion speaks of the financial integrity of the City. The result is:

  • A better bond rating on City bonds results in the City paying less interest.
  • Lower interest rates results in the citizens paying lower property taxes.
  • Lower property taxes results in satisfied citizens and Flint becoming a more desirable place to live.
  • Flint being a more desirable place to live results in more businesses and individuals moving into the area.
  • As more businesses and individuals move into the area the property tax base is expanded.

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