When new stuff becomes 'infrastructure,' do accounting foundations tremble and shake?

May 14, 2021

Accounting is about numbers, but it is also about words.

Did ‘Get-Out-The-Vote’ campaigns bias the Census – and apportionment – results?

April 29, 2021

Counting heads matters -- for lots of money.

Janet Yellen’s priorities as Secretary of the Treasury of the United States

April 23, 2021

Financial reporting about the U.S. Government doesn't appear to be high on the list.

Clock is ticking, Illinois – and time is money

April 14, 2021

Illinois' annual financial report is woefully late, again.

Uncle Sam reports dismal financial results, to deafening silence

March 29, 2021

Meanwhile, the "American Rescue Plan" doubles down on disturbing 2020 trends.

Comment letter by TIA Board Member John Kayser on recent GASB Exposure Drafts

March 22, 2021

A TIA board member with significant financial market and accounting experience expresses concern with GASB proposals for government accounting.

Was the pandemic to blame for Illinois state revenue weakness before the latest federal stimulus bill?

March 15, 2021

Illinois' tax revenue was going up, not down, during the pandemic.

COVID dollars: Stimulus, relief or bailout? A closer look at some math

March 8, 2021

The royal "we"

Illinois' budget baloney

February 18, 2021

There words, and there are deeds, the old saying goes.

Student loans – good government assets?

January 25, 2021

What's good for the goose ...

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