Episode 12: Single Audits for Government Entities

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Podcast Host: Alan D. Panter, CPA, CGFM

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Episode 12: Single Audits for Government Entities

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On episode 12 of Everyday Business, host Alan Panter, principal and member of Yeo & Yeo’s Government Services Group, is joined by Jamie Rivette, principal and leader of the Government Services Group.    

Listen in as Alan and Jamie discuss single audits for government entities in the first of our two-part podcast series focusing on auditing and accounting for government entities.

  • What is a Single Audit, and how do I determine if one is required? How should the federal dollars be reported in the financial statements? (1:20)
  • Who is responsible for preparing the SEFA? (3:42)
  • Which grants should be included in the SEFA and which should not? (4:08)
  • What else do I need to prepare? (4:53)
  • Which items will the auditor want to test in the SEFA? (6:30)
  • Which programs will the auditors select for testing? (8:20)
  • Who sets compliance requirements, and how will I know which areas will be tested? (10:00)
  • What else should I pay attention to? (11:20)

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Listen to our second episode in this two-part series: Episode 13: Michigan Uniform Chart of Accounts for Local Government

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