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Articles from Government Finance Review (February 1, 2018)

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A New Year, A New Tax Code: The Knowns and Unknowns of Impact to State and Local Governments: State and local governments are now operating under a federal tax code that is different from the last reform effort in 1986. Brock, Emily S. 1187
Another Look at Zero-Based Budgeting. Survey 374
Budgeting Book Will Interest Readers at All Levels. Reitano, Vincent Book review 920
Civic Engagement Strategies far Financial Sustainability BUDGET GAMES AND SIMULATION: All types of individuals, including expert economists, struggle to interpret and use data to develop appropriate policy recommendations. Reitano, Vincent 2134
Government Finance Officers Association. 453
Making the Transition to GASB's Codification from of the Original Pronouncements. Levine, Michele Mark 1359
MONITORING FINANCIAL DECISIONS: The City Tempe and a Key to Financial Sustainability. Kavanagh, Shayne Cover story 2446
New Tax Law to Create More Problems for Unfunded State Pension Plans. 546
Planning and Financing Smart Sustainable Cities. Reitano, Vincent 2740
POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF TAX REFORM ON OUTSTANDING AND FUTURE MUNICIPAL DEBT ISSUANCE. Brock, Emily S. 306
State Rainy Day Funds Grow, but Total Balances Lag. 719
Supreme Court to Decide Billon Dollar Sales Tax Case: In South Dakota v. Wayfair, a state is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to rule that states and local governments may require retailers with no in-state physical presence to collect sales tax. Brock, Emily; Soronen, Lisa 1716
THICK versus THIN: how technology can improve public involvement in the budget process. Mack, Mark; Adams, Chris 2657
What a Digital City Hall Could Be. Goldsmith, Stephen 725

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