Test Bank for Essentials of Accounting for Governmental and Not for Profit Organizations 11th Edition

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(1)Test Bank for Essentials of Accounting for Governmental and Not for Profit Organizations 11th Edition Which of the following is most correct with regard to Management's Discussion and Analysis (MD&A)? 1. A)State and local governments are required to provide an MD&A. 2. B)Federal agency financial reports are required to provide an MD&A. 3. C)Both state and local governments and federal agencies are encouraged, but not required to provide an MD&A. 4. D)Both state and local governments and federal agencies are required to provide an MD&A.

(2) Which of the following is not true regarding GASB Concepts Statement No. 2, Service Efforts and Accomplishments Reporting: 1. A)It encourages governments to experiment with reporting more complete information about an entity's performance than can be displayed in the traditional financial statements. 2. B)It outlines categories of information that might be reported. 3. C)It prescribes detailed standards governing the reporting of service efforts and accomplishments reporting. 4. D)None of the above, all are true. GASB Concepts Statement No. 3, Communication Methods in General Purpose External Financial Reports that Contain Basic Financial Statements, states that 1. A)notes to the financial statements may include management’s objective explanations. 2. B)required supplementary information must be objective and may not include predictions or subjective assessments. 3. C)disclosure in the notes is not an adequate substitute for recognition in the financial statements. 4. D)All of the above are correct. Under GASB Statement 34, capital assets: 1. A)must be reported in government-wide statements but are not reported in any of the fund financial statements. 2. B)must be reported in government-wide statements and in proprietary fund financial statements. 3. C)are not to be reported in either government-wide or fund financial statements. 4. D)are to be reported but not depreciated in government-wide and fund financial statements. Long-term debt of a governmental unit would be reported in the: 1. A)government-wide financial statements and proprietary fund financial statements. 2. B)government-wide financial statements only. 3. C)debt service funds of governmental fund financial statements and government-wide financial statements. 4. D)notes to the financial statements only.

(3) A city government collects local option sales taxes legally restricted to pay for the construction of a new courthouse. Which fund should account for the receipt of the sales taxes? 1. A)Special revenue fund 2. B)Capital projects fund 3. C)Private-purpose trust fund 4. D)General fund A city government collects local option sales taxes legally restricted to pay for the hiring of teachers for hearing impaired school children. Which fund should account for the receipt of the sales taxes? 1. A)Special revenue fund 2. B)Capital projects fund 3. C)Private-purpose trust fund 4. D)General fund A city government makes its semiannual payment of interest on revenue bonds issued to pay for the construction of additional public transit stations. Which fund would account for the payment? 1. A)Debt service fund 2. B)Capital projects fund 3. C)Enterprise fund 4. D)Internal service fund A city government sells police cars no longer in use. No restrictions have been placed on the proceeds. Which fund should account for the receipt? 1. A)Debt service fund 2. B)Capital projects fund 3. C)Enterprise fund 4. D)General fund Under GASB Statement 34, accrual accounting is used for: 1. A)government-wide financial statements only. 2. B)government-wide financial statements and proprietary fund financial statements only. 3. C)government-wide, proprietary fund, and fiduciary fund financial statements only. 4. D)government-wide and all fund financial statements

(4) Under GASB Statement 34, modified accrual accounting would be found in the: 1. A)government-wide financial statements only. 2. B)governmental fund financial statements only. 3. C)governmental and fiduciary fund financial statements only. 4. D)governmental, proprietary, and fiduciary fund financial statements but not in the government-wide financial statements Which of the following is not a fiduciary fund type? 1. A)Agency. 2. B)Expendable trust. 3. C)Private-purpose trust. 4. D)Investment trust. Level "A" GAAP for Cook County Hospital, a public hospital, would be established by the: 1. A)Governmental Accounting Standards Board. 2. B)Financial Accounting Standards Board. 3. C)Hospital Financial Management Association. 4. D)American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Which of the following is true regarding fund classifications? 1. A)Governmental funds include the General, special revenue, debt service, capital projects, and permanent. 2. B)Proprietary funds include enterprise, internal service, and private-purpose. 3. C)Both of the above. 4. D)None of the above. Notre Dame University, a private institution, has level “A” GAAP established by the: 1. A)American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. 2. B)Governmental Accounting Standards Board. 3. C)Financial Accounting Standards Board. 4. D)National Association of College and University Business Officers Long-term debt paid from proprietary funds is reported as a liability in 1. A)the proprietary fund Statement of Net Assets.

(5) 2. B)the government-wide Statement of Net Assets. 3. C)both A and B. 4. D)neither A nor B. Which of the following are the governmental funds? 1. A)General, special revenue, debt service, capital projects, permanent. 2. B)General, special revenue, debt service, capital projects, private purpose. 3. C)General, special revenue, debt service, capital projects, internal service. 4. D)None of the above. Which of the following is an objective of federal financial reporting? 1. A) Budgetary Integrity 2. B) Operating Performance 3. C) Stewardship 4. D) All of the above Which of the following funds is considered a Fiduciary Fund? 1. A) Debt Service Fund 2. B) Enterprise Fund 3. C) Internal Service Fund 4. D) Pension Trust Fund Which of the following statement(s) are not included in the proprietary funds: 1. A) Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets 2. B) Statement of Cash Flows 3. C) Statement of Net Assets 4. D) All of the above are included Capitalized fixed assets are reported in which of the following fund-basis statements? 1. A) Agency fund 2. B) Proprietary fund 3. C) Governmental fund 4. D) All of the above

(6) Which of the following fund types uses modified accrual accounting? 1. A) Special Revenue 2. B) Internal Service 3. C) Investment Trust 4. D) Enterprise Which of the following fund types does not use modified accrual accounting? 1. A) Debt Service 2. B) Special Revenue 3. C) Investment Trust 4. D) Permanent A permanent fund classified under governmental funds… 1. A) Accounts for most of the basic services provided by the governmental unit. 2. B) Accounts for financial resources intended for major capital projects 3. C) Accounts for services provided by one department of a government to another 4. D) Accounts for resources that are legally restricted so only earnings, not principal, may be expended, and for purposes to benefit the government and its citizenry. Which of the following funds is not a Fiduciary Fund? 1. A) Private Purpose Trust Fund 2. B) Permanent Fund 3. C) Pension Fund 4. D) Investment Trust Fund The _______ sets the accounting and financial reporting standards for both state and local governments and public not-for-profits. 1. A) FASAB 2. B) FASB 3. C) GASB 4. D) AICPA The ___________ is the government’s official annual report prepared and published as a matter of public record. 1. A) comprehensive annual financial report

(7) 2. B) governmental annual financial report 3. C) independent auditor’s report 4. D) complete audited financial report State and local governmental funds are organized into three categories including: 1. A) governmental, proprietary, and restricted 2. B) proprietary, fiduciary, and restricted 3. C) governmental, fiduciary, and restricted 4. D) governmental, proprietary, and fiduciary The ______ Fund accounts for all resources other than those required to be accounted for in other funds. 1. A) Special revenue 2. B) General 3. C) Enterprise 4. D) Agency The ______ Fund accounts for and reports the proceeds of specific revenue sources that are restricted or committed to expenditure for specified purpose other than debt service or capital projects. 1. A) Special revenue 2. B) General 3. C) Enterprise 4. D) Agency The ______ Funds are used when resources are provided primarily through the use of sales and service charges to parties external to the government and it is the intent of the government to measure net profit or loss. 1. A) Special revenue 2. B) General 3. C) Enterprise 4. D) Agency The ______ Funds are used to account for situations in which the government is acting as a collecting/disbursing agent. 1. A) Special revenue 2. B) General

(8) 3. C) Enterprise 4. D) Agency What basis of accounting would the Enterprise Fund use? 1. A) Accrual 2. B) Modified Accrual 3. C) Cash 4. D) Expended Accrual What are Enterprise funds used for? 1. A) To account for pension and employee benefit funds for which the governmental unit is the trustee. 2. B) To report resources that are legally restricted so only earnings, not principal, may be expended, and for purposes to benefit the government and its citizenry. 3. C) To account for most of the basic services provided by the governmental units. 4. D) To account for resources provided primarily through the use of sales and service charges to parties external to the government. Which of the following is an environmental difference between governments and forprofit business enterprises? 1. A) Relationship with stakeholders 2. B) Donor restricted assets 3. C) Fiduciary responsibilities 4. D) Both B and C A government may have __________________ General Fund(s) in a given year? 1. A) As many as needed 2. B) Only one. 3. C) The number will vary depending on the needs of the government. 4. D) None of the above. The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) is the standard setting organization for which of the following reporting organizations? 1. A) Private not-for-profits 2. B) Public not-for-profits 3. C) Investor owned businesses 4. D) A and C are both correct.

(9) The fund basis statements for governmental funds are presented using the 1. A) Economic Resources Measurement focus and the Accrual Basis of Accounting 2. B) Current Financial Resources Measurement focus and the Accrual Basis of Accounting 3. C) Current Financial Resources Measurement focus and the Modified Accrual Basis of accounting 4. D) Economic Resources Measurement focus and the Modified Accrual Basis of Accounting What type of fund is used when resources are provided mainly through business-like transactions to parties external to the government? 1. A) Internal Service Funds 2. B) Capital Projects Funds 3. C) Agency Funds 4. D) Enterprise Funds Financial reports for state and local governments are well suited for all the following EXCEPT? 1. A) Assessing financial condition and results of operations 2. B) Measuring the effectiveness of government services such as police and fire protection 3. C) Comparing actual results with the legally adopted budget 4. D) Assisting in determining compliance with finance-related laws and regulations Which of the following funds is used to account for the payment of principal and interest of general long term debt of a government? 1. A) Capital Projects Fund 2. B) Internal Service Fund 3. C) Agency Fund 4. D) None of the above The GASB is under the oversight of: 1. A) GAO. 2. B) FASAB. 3. C) FAF. 4. D) FASB.

(10) The Governmental Accounting Standards Board sets financial reporting standards for all units of government: federal, state, and local. 1. True 2. False Fund accounting exists primarily to provide assurance that resources are used according to legal or donor restrictions. 1. True 2. False The Financial Accounting Standards Board sets financial reporting standards for private sector organizations, except nongovernmental, not-for-profit organizations. 1. True 2. False FASAB, GASB and FASB standards are set forth primarily in documents called statements. 1. True 2. False FASAB, GASB and FASB standards are set forth primarily in documents called concept statements. 1. True 2. False The FASAB was established to recommend accounting and financial reporting standards for governmental and nonprofit enterprises. 1. True 2. False

(11) The GASB requires supplementary information to be reported with its financial statements if it is essential to establish appropriate context for the financial statements and notes. 1. True 2. False The Financial Accounting Standards Board sets financial reporting standards for private not-for-profits and investor-owned businesses. 1. True 2. False The Financial Accounting Standards Board and the Governmental Accounting Standards Board are parallel bodies under the oversight of the Financial Accounting Foundation. 1. True 2. False An organization is presumed to be governmental if it has the ability to issue directly debt that is exempt from federal taxes. 1. True 2. False The Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board requires less extensive reports than does the FASB or GASB. 1. True 2. False The FASAB requires more financial statements than are typically required of state and local governments. 1. True 2. False

(12) One objective of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board is to help users determine compliance with finance-related laws, rules, and regulations. 1. True 2. False Governments must have as many funds as necessary to fulfill legal requirements and sound financial administration but must have at a minimum a General Fund. 1. True 2. False The Governmental Accounting Standards Board considers the financial reporting entity to include the primary government and its component units. 1. True 2. False A Management's Discussion and Analysis is required for state and local governmental units, but not the federal government. 1. True 2. False The GASB Concept Statement on Service Efforts and Accomplishments Reporting encourages state and local governments to include inputs of nonmonetary resources in their financial reporting. 1. True 2. False The GASB Concept Statement on Service Efforts and Accomplishments Reporting requires state and local governments to include inputs of nonmonetary resources in their financial reporting. 1. True 2. False

(13) Although certain supplementary information may not be required, if presented, it must follow GASB guidance regarding its format and content. 1. True 2. False The format and content of supplementary information which is not required by GASB is up to the discretion of the reporting entity 1. True 2. False GASB and FASB Concept Statements establish accounting standards that must be complied with to receive an unqualified audit opinion. 1. True 2. False FASAB, GASB and FASB standards are set forth primarily in documents called interpretations. 1. True 2. False Fund-basis statements are presented for three categories of government activities: governmental, proprietary, and fiduciary. 1. True 2. False State and local governments may use eleven different fund types. 1. True 2. False The economic resource measurement focus and accrual basis of measurement is an important feature of government-wide financial statements. 1. True 2. False

(14) Business activities fund statements must be changed to the accrual basis from the modified accrual basis when preparing government-wide financial statements. 1. True 2. False Governmental activities fund statements may use modified accrual basis when preparing government-wide financial statements. 1. True 2. False Fiduciary funds of a governmental unit use the current financial resources measurement focus and modified accrual basis of accounting 1. True 2. False The government-wide statements and the fund statements for proprietary funds and fiduciary funds use the economic resources measurement focus and the accrual basis of accounting. 1. True 2. False Under the accrual basis of accounting, revenues are recognized when measurable and available to finance expenditures of the current period. 1. True 2. False General fixed assets of the government are reported both in the government-wide financial statements and the governmental fund financial statements. 1. True 2. False

(15) Comparison of the legally approved budget with actual results of the General Fund is included as part of required supplementary information in the CAFR. 1. True 2. False Comparison of the legally approved budget with actual results of the General Fund is not part of required supplementary information in the CAFR. 1. True 2. False Long-term debt that is to be paid with tax revenues is reported both in the governmentwide statements and in the governmental fund statements 1. True 2. False Measurement focus refers to those items, such as current and long-term assets, that are being reported on the financial statements. 1. True 2. False Infrastructure is not capitalized by state and local governmental units. 1. True 2. False Fiduciary funds include agency, pension trust, investment trust, and permanent funds. 1. True 2. False The Financial Accounting Standards Board has authority to establish accounting and financial reporting standards for both private and state universities. 1. True 2. False

(16) FASB sets the reporting standards for private and public not-for-for profits 1. True 2. False Internal Service funds are treated as governmental activities in the government-wide statements if the principal customers are other departments within the General Fund. 1. True 2. False The Governmental Accounting Standards Board sets financial reporting standards for all units of government: federal, state, and local. 1. True 2. False Fund accounting exists primarily to provide assurance that resources are used according to legal or donor restrictions. 1. True 2. False The Financial Accounting Standards Board sets financial reporting standards for private sector organizations, except nongovernmental, not-for-profit organizations. 1. True 2. False FASAB, GASB and FASB standards are set forth primarily in documents called statements. 1. True 2. False FASAB, GASB and FASB standards are set forth primarily in documents called concept statements. 1. True

(17) 2. False The FASAB was established to recommend accounting and financial reporting standards for governmental and nonprofit enterprises. 1. True 2. False The GASB requires supplementary information to be reported with its financial statements if it is essential to establish appropriate context for the financial statements and notes. 1. True 2. False The Financial Accounting Standards Board sets financial reporting standards for private not-for-profits and investor-owned businesses. 1. True 2. False The Financial Accounting Standards Board and the Governmental Accounting Standards Board are parallel bodies under the oversight of the Financial Accounting Foundation. 1. True 2. False An organization is presumed to be governmental if it has the ability to issue directly debt that is exempt from federal taxes. 1. True 2. False The Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board requires less extensive reports than does the FASB or GASB. 1. True 2. False

(18) The FASAB requires more financial statements than are typically required of state and local governments. 1. True 2. False One objective of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board is to help users determine compliance with finance-related laws, rules, and regulations. 1. True 2. False Governments must have as many funds as necessary to fulfill legal requirements and sound financial administration but must have at a minimum a General Fund. 1. True 2. False The Governmental Accounting Standards Board considers the financial reporting entity to include the primary government and its component units. 1. True 2. False A Management's Discussion and Analysis is required for state and local governmental units, but not the federal government. 1. True 2. False The GASB Concept Statement on Service Efforts and Accomplishments Reporting encourages state and local governments to include inputs of nonmonetary resources in their financial reporting. 1. True 2. False

(19) The GASB Concept Statement on Service Efforts and Accomplishments Reporting requires state and local governments to include inputs of nonmonetary resources in their financial reporting. 1. True 2. False Although certain supplementary information may not be required, if presented, it must follow GASB guidance regarding its format and content. 1. True 2. False The format and content of supplementary information which is not required by GASB is up to the discretion of the reporting entity 1. True 2. False GASB and FASB Concept Statements establish accounting standards that must be complied with to receive an unqualified audit opinion. 1. True 2. False FASAB, GASB and FASB standards are set forth primarily in documents called interpretations. 1. True 2. False Fund-basis statements are presented for three categories of government activities: governmental, proprietary, and fiduciary. 1. True 2. False State and local governments may use eleven different fund types. 1. True

(20) 2. False The economic resource measurement focus and accrual basis of measurement is an important feature of government-wide financial statements. 1. True 2. False Business activities fund statements must be changed to the accrual basis from the modified accrual basis when preparing government-wide financial statements. 1. True 2. False Governmental activities fund statements may use modified accrual basis when preparing government-wide financial statements. 1. True 2. False Fiduciary funds of a governmental unit use the current financial resources measurement focus and modified accrual basis of accounting 1. True 2. False The government-wide statements and the fund statements for proprietary funds and fiduciary funds use the economic resources measurement focus and the accrual basis of accounting. 1. True 2. False Under the accrual basis of accounting, revenues are recognized when measurable and available to finance expenditures of the current period. 1. True 2. False

(21) General fixed assets of the government are reported both in the government-wide financial statements and the governmental fund financial statements. 1. True 2. False Comparison of the legally approved budget with actual results of the General Fund is included as part of required supplementary information in the CAFR. 1. True 2. False Comparison of the legally approved budget with actual results of the General Fund is not part of required supplementary information in the CAFR. 1. True 2. False Long-term debt that is to be paid with tax revenues is reported both in the governmentwide statements and in the governmental fund statements 1. True 2. False Measurement focus refers to those items, such as current and long-term assets, that are being reported on the financial statements. 1. True 2. False Infrastructure is not capitalized by state and local governmental units. 1. True 2. False Fiduciary funds include agency, pension trust, investment trust, and permanent funds. 1. True 2. False

(22) The Financial Accounting Standards Board has authority to establish accounting and financial reporting standards for both private and state universities. 1. True 2. False FASB sets the reporting standards for private and public not-for-for profits 1. True 2. False Internal Service funds are treated as governmental activities in the government-wide statements if the principal customers are other departments within the General Fund. 1. True 2. False Permanent funds can be either a governmental fund or a fiduciary fund where only income on donated assets may be spent. 1. True 2. False Depreciation on capital assets is included as an expense in the Statement of Activities in the government-wide financial statements 1. True 2. False Depreciation on capital assets is included as an expense in the Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Assets in the proprietary fund financial statements 1. True 2. False

(23) Depreciation on capital assets is not included as an expense in the Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Assets in the proprietary fund financial statements 1. True 2. False According to GASB standards relating to Budgetary Accounting, an annual budget should be adopted by every governmental unit. 1. True 2. False According to GASB standards relating to Budgetary Accounting, budgetary comparisons should be included in the appropriate financial statements or schedules for governmental funds for which an annual budget has been adopted. 1. True 2. False According to GASB standards relating to Budgetary Accounting, budgetary comparisons are not required for proprietary funds. 1. True 2. False According to GASB standards relating to Budgetary Accounting, the accounting system should provide the basis for appropriate budgetary control. 1. True 2. False For most state and local governments, the budget, when adopted according to procedures specified by state laws, is binding upon the administrators of a governmental unit. 1. True 2. False

(24) A fund represents part of the activities of an organization which is separated from other activities in the accounting records to more easily demonstrate compliance with legal restrictions or limitations. 1. True 2. False A government may have two or more General Funds. 1. True 2. False The GASB recently published a white paper which identifies five environmental differences between governments and for-profit enterprises. 1. True 2. False Governmental funds include: 1. A)Special revenue funds 2. B)Internal service funds 3. C)Debt service funds 4. D)A and C The “Hierarchy of GAAP” is established by the: 1. A)Financial Accounting Standards Board. 2. B)Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board 3. C)Governmental Accounting Standards Board 4. D)All of the above have established a hierarchy The term “proprietary funds” applies to: 1. A)enterprise and internal service funds only. 2. B)all funds that use accrual accounting. 3. C)enterprise, internal service, and private-purpose trust funds. 4. D)none of the above answers are correct.

(25) The term “fiduciary funds” applies to: 1. A)enterprise and internal service funds. 2. B)pension, investment trust and enterprise funds 3. C)enterprise, internal service, and private-purpose trust funds. 4. D)none of the above answers are correct. The GASB sets accounting standards for all of the following except: 1. A)State and local governments 2. B)Nongovernmental not-for-profit hospital 3. C)Component units owned or controlled by governments 4. D)Governmentally related not-for-profit universities Which of the following fund types is present in every general-purpose government? 1. A) Permanent 2. B) General 3. C) Special revenue 4. D) Capital projects Which of the following is a fiduciary fund? 1. A) Investment trust 2. B) Permanent 3. C) Enterprise 4. D) Internal service Which of the following is not a fiduciary fund? 1. A) Agency 2. B) Permanent 3. C) Pension trust 4. D) Private-purpose trust Which of the following is a governmental fund? 1. A) Agency 2. B) Enterprise 3. C)Special revenue

(26) 4. D)Internal service Which of the following is not one of the objectives of Federal Financial Reporting, as outlined in SFFAC 1, which was issued by the FASAB? 1. A)Financial reporting should enable evaluation of the service efforts, costs and accomplishments of the reporting entity. 2. B)Financial reporting should enable evaluation of the success rate of programs 3. C)Financial reporting should reveal whether financial systems and controls are adequate 4. D)Financial reporting should demonstrate accountability regarding raising and expending money according to budgetary process and laws and regulations The FASAB has the authority to establish accounting and financial reporting standards for: 1. A)Federal government 2. B)Investor owned business 3. C)State and local governments 4. D)Public not-for-profits The FASB has the authority to establish accounting and financial reporting standards for: 1. A)Federal government 2. B)Private not-for-profits 3. C)Public not-for-profits 4. D)State and local governments The GASB has the authority to establish accounting and financial reporting standards for: 1. A)Federal government 2. B)Private not-for-profits 3. C)State governments 4. D)None of the above In order for a fund to exist, there must be: 1. A)A fiscal entity; assets set aside for a specific purpose 2. B)A double-entry accounting entity 3. C)Both A & B are required 4. D)A & B are optional and not required

(27) Which fund category must change from modified accrual to accrual basis when preparing government-wide financial statements? 1. A)Governmental 2. B)Proprietary 3. C)Fiduciary 4. D)A & B only Which of the following use current financial resources measurement focus? 1. A) Fiduciary fund statements 2. B)Governmental fund statements 3. C)Proprietary fund statements 4. D)Internal Service fund statements Which of the following best describes how many funds a government should use? 1. A) One for each revenue source 2. B)Two at a minimum; the General Fund and one enterprise fund 3. C)As many as necessary to fulfill legal requirements and sound financial administration 4. D)None of the above Which of the following would not be included in FASB Statement of Financial Accounting Concepts #4, which identifies the information needs of the users of non-business financial statements? 1. A) Format and content of financial statements 2. B)Assessing services provided by a non-business organization and its ability to continue to provide those services 3. C)Assessing managements’ stewardship and performance 4. D)Evaluation of an organization’s resources, obligations and effects of changes in net resources The Governmental Accounting Standards Board has been given authority to establish accounting and financial reporting standards for: 1. A)all governmental units and agencies. 2. B)federal, state, and local governments and governmentally-owned utilities, authorities, hospitals, and colleges and universities.. 3. C)all governmental units and all not-for-profit organizations. 4. D)state and local governmental entities, and governmentally-owned utilities, authorities, hospitals, and colleges and universities.

(28) Which of the following characteristics would not define an organization as governmental? 1. A)The power to enact and enforce a tax levy. 2. B)The potential for unilateral dissolution by a government with the net assets reverting to a government. 3. C)The receipt of grant money from a state or local government for the purpose of providing services to the public. 4. D)All of the above. Level “A” GAAP for The University of Virginia, a public institution, would be established by the: 1. A)Financial Accounting Standards Board. 2. B)Governmental Accounting Standards Board. 3. C)American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. 4. D)National Association of College and University Business Officers. Under the modified accrual basis of accounting, revenues should be recognized when they are: 1. A)authorized by the budget ordinance. 2. B)realizable and earned. 3. C)measurable and available to finance expenditures of the current period. 4. D)realized through collection. Fiduciary funds are to use the: 1. A)economic resources measurement focus and modified accrual basis of accounting. 2. B)current financial resources measurement focus and accrual basis of accounting. 3. C)economic resources measurement focus and accrual basis of accounting. 4. D)none of the above, the fiduciary funds have no revenues. Proprietary funds use the: 1. A)economic resources measurement focus and accrual basis of accounting. 2. B)current financial resources measurement focus and modified accrual basis of accounting 3. C)economic resources measurement focus and modified accrual basis of accounting. 4. D)current financial resources measurement focus and accrual basis of accounting.

(29) Governmental funds use the: 1. A)economic resources measurement focus and accrual basis of accounting. 2. B)current financial resources measurement focus and accrual basis of accounting. 3. C)economic resources measurement focus and modified accrual basis of accounting. 4. D) current financial resources measurement focus and modified accrual basis of accounting Government-wide statements use the: 1. A)current financial resources measurement focus and accrual basis of accounting. 2. B) economic resources measurement focus and accrual basis of accounting. 3. C)economic resources measurement focus and modified accrual basis of accounting. 4. D)none of the above. Governmental funds do not include: 1. A)Special revenue funds 2. B)Agency funds 3. C)Debt service funds 4. D)The General fund Which of the following organizations has authority to establish accounting and financial reporting standards for the federal government? 1. A)Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board. 2. B)Office of Management and Budget. 3. C)Governmental Accounting Standards Board. 4. D)None of the above; no one has been granted authority to set standards for the federal government

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