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​Tami Cook,

Accounting Services Manager

734.794.6500 x45204

​​​​​Accounting and Payroll's major tasks involve the maintenance of the City's accounting systems, including payroll, accounts payable, and accounts receivable.  Questions about payroll, payments, and invoices may be directed to the Accounting Department at 734.794.6500. 

Annual Com​prehensive Financial Report 

The Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR) of the City of Ann Arbor, for the fiscal year ended June 30, is submitted. The Annual Comprehensive Financial Report is management's annual financial report to its taxpayers, members of City Council, investors and creditors.

The Annual Comprehensive Financial Report is presented in three sections
  • The introductory section contains the transmittal letter, list of officials and the government's organization chart.
  • The financial section has two parts, which includes the Auditor’s report and the Management Discussion & Analysis (MD&A). The MD&A is a discussion to our reader to gain an understating of the City of Ann Arbor financial condition and activities. The second part includes the basic & combining statements, and other required supplemental information.
  • The statistical section includes selected financial and demographic information.

See the Financial Reporting page for the City's ACFRs.

Single A​​udit

The Single Audit is a federal requirement financial report to include all expenditures from federal grant funding. This report is generated on a fiscal year basis (June 30th) as the Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards (SEFA).

See the Financial Reporting​ page for the City's Single Audit.

Annual Bud​​gets

The annual budget is the City's plan for providing services to the community during the fiscal year, which runs from July 1 through June 30.   
See the Financial Reporting page for the City's Annual Budgets.