1.(TCO A) Which of the following is not an objective of financial reporting by state and local governments? (Points : 5)

To assist users in assessing financial condition and the results of operations.
To assist in determining compliance with finance-related laws, rules, and regulations.
To assist users in assessing the adequacy of systems and controls.
To assist financial report users in comparing actual financial results with the legally adopted budget.

2.(TCO B) Which of the following is a difference between financial reporting for internal service and enterprise funds?(Points : 5)

Internal service funds are reported in the governmental fund financial statements.
Internal services funds are reported in the proprietary fund financial statements.
Internal service funds are generally reported in the Business-type Activities column of the government-wide financial statements.
Internal service funds are generally reported in the Governmental Activities column of the government-wide financial statements.

3.(TCO C) Which of the following is not a budgetary account? (Points : 5)

Estimated Revenues
Encumbrances Outstanding

4.(TCO D)What is the proper term that should be applied to the Encumbrances Outstanding Account? (Points : 5)

Long-term Liability
Reservation of unassigned fund balance.
Current Liability if it is paid within one year, or otherwise, a long-term debt account.
Budgetary account

5.(TCO B) Which of the following is true regarding the composition of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)? (Points : 5)

The CAFR is required in order to be in conformity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
The CAFR is to include both blended and discretely presented component units.
The CAFR contains four major sections: introductory, financial, supplementary, and statistical.
All of the above are true.

6.(TCO D) Sales taxes, income taxes, and motor fuel taxes are examples of which class of nonexchange transactions? (Points : 5)

Imposed non-exchange transactions
Voluntary non-exchange transactions
Government-mandated non-exchange transactions
Derived tax revenues

7.(TCOs A and B) Identify at least three items that are found in the Required Supplementary Information section of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.(Points : 10)

8.(TCO D)Prepare entries in general journal form to record the following transactions in General Fund general ledger accounts for the fiscal year 2012. Please use the modified accrual accounting approach in recording the transactions.
a. The legal budget for the provided for $6,530,000 of estimated revenues and $5,975,000 of appropriations.
b. Assume that are $340,000 of purchase orders outstanding at the end of last fiscal year and these purchase orders will be honored in the current year. Prepare the entries to re-establish the encumbrance.
c. Property taxes were levied in the amount of $4,650,000. It is estimated that 3.5 percent of the taxes will not be collected.
d. Purchase orders were issued for equipment and supplies in the amount of $2,760,000.
Supplies that were relating to all of the prior year purchase orders ($ 340,000) were received along with invoices amounting to $336,800.
Collections of current property taxes amounted to $4,190,000. The uncollected taxes were recorded as delinquent.(Points : 10)

9.(TCO D) The City of Martinville had the following pre-closing account balances in its General Fund as of June 30, 2012. Debits and credits are not separated; each account had its “normal” balance. Among the expenditures that are recorded this year is an amount that has been expended on supplies ordered at the end of the previous year. Assume that the encumbrances do not lapse and that the city failed to make the proper journal entry or entries necessary to re-establish the encumbrance in the current year.
Pre-closing Trial Balance of the City of Martinville as of June 30, 2012:
Cash $80,000
Estimated Revenues 6,300,000
Revenues 6,380,000
Appropriations 5,890,000
Estimated Other Financing Sources 79,000
Estimated Other Financing Uses 320,000
Expenditures 5,920,000
Taxes Receivable-Delinquent 45,000
Fund Balance – July 1, 2011 380,000
Vouchers Payable 140,000
Encumbrances 280,000
Transfer Out to Debt Service Fund 150,000
Transfer In from Enterprise Fund 100,000
Fund Balance-Reserve for Encumbrances 300,000
(A) Prepare the necessary entries to close the General Fund of the City of Martinville.
(B) Prepare a Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance for the City of Martinville for the year ended June 30, 2012. Please make sure you end with the Fund Balance for the year ending June 30, 2012.(Points : 10)