One report includes cities, towns and villages while the other lists political subdivisions such as water, fire protection and other taxing districts. These entities are required to file annual financial reports with the State Auditor’s Office within six months of the end of their fiscal year.
A total of 94 local governments and taxing districts were required to file by October 31 because their fiscal year ended on April 30. Of those entities, 72 filed financial reports timely.
This report also includes information on 22 cities, 7 villages and 8 taxing districts that submitted late financial reports or other related documents during the month of October to the State Auditor’s Office.
SOURCE: news provided by AUDITOR.MO.GOV