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CAFR

CAFR stands for Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. A CAFR is a set of financial statements for a state, municipality or other governmental entity that comply with the accounting requirements established by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB). Even when they’re available online, deciphering county financial reports can be a challenge. The Texas State Comptroller’s website has developed a Guide to Understanding Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFRs) and accompanying videos.

 

PAFR

PAFR stands for Popular annual Financial Report. A PAFR is intended to convey the financial results of the government’s operations to those stakeholder’s of the government that do not necessarily have a background in public finance.

 

Other Financial Reports

Mid-Term Financial Reports are periodic, unaudited reports on County revenues and expenditures by fund for the 3 major funds (General Fund, Road & Bridge Fund, and the Debt Service Fund).

Rating Agency Reports are credit reports issued on County Finances. The reports from Fitch Ratings and Standard & Poor’s can be found here.

The Financial Policy is a report of accounting policies approved by the Williamson County Commissioners Court.

The Quality Texas Foundation helps businesses, hospitals, schools, government agencies and non-profits improve performance through use of the Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence and other methods that drive efficiency and effectiveness. More information on the organization can be found at www.texas-quality.org.

Treasurer's Reports

The Treasurer reports monthly to Commissioners’ Court on the county’s cash position, as well as the county’s investment position and performance. These reports can be found by clicking the link below.