No such thing as a free lunch, or a free newspaper

July 29, 2021

Maybe it's time to go on a diet.

Where are the financial statements for the National Institutes of Health?

July 28, 2021

NIH goes unmentioned in the annual financial report for the U.S. Government for 2020.

Are public pensioners and taxpayers paying for investment performance?

July 23, 2021

Why is it so hard to answer this question?

A valuable, unheeded and still-relevant government accounting warning from 1992

July 22, 2021

Guest “From the Vaults” blog post by Richard Skiba.

Will GASB remain on its wayward path?

July 15, 2021

Recent meeting suggests GASB will continue to pursue flawed proposals for governmental funds accounting.

Too much money chasing too few goods and services, Part II

July 15, 2021

The 'inflation tax' is running higher lately

Too much money chasing too few goods (and services)?

July 7, 2021

Inflation matters for Truth in Accounting.

Prediction vs. management: Uncle Sam and Mother Nature

June 22, 2021

Wind shifts in sailboat racing -- some perspective for tax planning.

Illinois housing recovery still lagging national average

June 21, 2021

A little uptick last year, but people still aren't building a lot of houses in Illinois.

Pre-pandemic interstate migration: Will federal bailouts matter?

June 18, 2021

We will have to wait a couple years to find out, at least for IRS migration data.

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