Wisconsin scores 80 out of 100 in financial transparency study

Editorial  |  December 6, 2021

Includes “Wisconsin earned a score of 80 out of a possible 100 points in a ranking by the Chicago-based policy institute Truth in Accounting (TIA), putting the state in a tie for 21st place among the 50 states. … In awarding the grades, TIA considered whether the state data was posted within 100 days of the end of the state’s fiscal year, whether states hired independent auditors to review their numbers and whether pension debts were included in the annual fiscal reports. Online accessibility to the data and the presence of the straightforward language were also considered in the analysis. …” 

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