Raleigh takes 11th spot with a $1,400 taxpayer surplus

Terry Davis  |  March 26, 2020

By Terry Davis, includes “… For its fiscal policies, Raleigh was awarded a grade ‘B’ by the nonprofit group that is tasked with providing transparency to the government. … No city on the list qualified for the top grade. … A city’s ability to plan and put in place a proper budgeting system will result in a taxpayer’s surplus. It also reflects the transparency regarding the collection and allocation of resources. Cities with an unsatisfactory grade are encouraged to improve before the next TIA study.” 

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