A bill that is now before the Connecticut State Senate would give its state comptroller the legal authority to establish GAAP for the state’s financials, thereby sidestepping the Governmental Accounting Standards Board — the standard-setter for governments and municipalities.
Connecticut said that under GASB’s accounting rules it makes it hard to achieve a balanced budget and like other states, Connecticut requires a balanced budget.
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