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County’s audit costs could rise tenfold

August 19, 2014

    Failing to receive additional funding from the state legislature, the Indiana State Board of Accounts is looking to county government as a way to increase revenue by substantially raising the fees they charge, Adams County Treasurer Tom Krueckeberg informed Adams County Commissioners Monday afternoon.
    In the past, the State Board of Accounts has charged the count at a rate of $45 per day to conduct annual audits, with a team of three auditors performing the task, Krueckeberg said. While attending the State Board of Treasurer’s meeting last week, Krueckeberg learned the agency will soon be charging counties $45 per hour per auditor for the same mandated service. 
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