19535 Finance Department

Find 19535 finance departments, DFS, and DOF. Finance departments provide information on financial services, finance, taxation, and banking.


Reading Finance Department 815 Washington Street Reading PA 19601 6.2 miles from 19535 610-655-6227


Limerick Township Finance Department 646 West Ridge Pike Limerick PA 19468 15.5 miles from 19535 610-495-5151

Lower Saucon Finance Department 3700 Old Philadelphia Pike Bethlehem PA 18015 27.6 miles from 19535 610-867-2009

Lansdale Finance Department 1 Vine Street Lansdale PA 19446 28.2 miles from 19535 215-361-8315

Chester County Finance Department 313 Market Street West Chester PA 19382 28.3 miles from 19535 610-344-6190

Lancaster Finance Department 120 North Duke Street Lancaster PA 17602 33.6 miles from 19535 717-291-4797

Delware State Finance Department 820 North French Street Wilmington DE 19801 43.4 miles from 19535 302-577-8979

Camden Finance Department 520 Market Street Camden NJ 08102 45.3 miles from 19535 856-757-7150

New Castle County Finance Department 87 Reads Way New Castle DE 19720 46.3 miles from 19535 302-395-5177

Gloucester Finance Department 512 Monmouth Street Gloucester NJ 08030 47.4 miles from 19535 856-456-3970

Clinton Town Finance Department 43 Leigh Street Clinton NJ 08809 51.3 miles from 19535 908-735-2275

Bristol Township Finance Department 2501 Bath Road Bristol PA 19007 51.6 miles from 19535 215-785-4710

Clinton Township Finance Department 1225 Route 31 Lebanon NJ 08833 52.0 miles from 19535 908-735-8508

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What happens to unspent funds or unanticipated revenues?

As a general rule, these funds are added to the entity's Fund Balance at the end of the fiscal year. The Fund Balance is the organization's reserve and may be referred to colloquially as a "rainy day" fund. In some cases, the entity's legislative body may direct the funds toward an unmet need, such as a capital improvement project.

What are general obligation bonds?

General obligation bonds are bonds issued by a state, county, or local government that are backed by that entity's full faith and credit. This means that the government has guaranteed that it will generate tax revenues in order to pay back the bonds. General obligation bonds are commonly used for schools, roads, and other public improvements, and they are usually exempt from state and local taxes.

What is a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report?

A Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) is a document prepared by a governmental entity that includes its audited financial statements and additional financial and operational information about the organization. The CAFR meets standards set by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board.