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Missouri Revised Statutes Title IV. Executive Branch § 32.060. Annual report, contents

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The director of the department of revenue shall prepare, in consultation with the commissioner of administration and state treasurer, a combined financial report for each fiscal year and submit such report to the governor and the members of the general assembly within sixty days after the close of the fiscal year.  This report shall contain an interpretative summary of the financial status of the state, including a statement of the income into each fund, sources of income, unencumbered balances in each fund, programs for which expenditures were made, unencumbered balances by appropriations, and estimates of revenue for the coming fiscal year from the various sources.  The report also shall show the state's indebtedness, its total unencumbered balance, portions of such balance as may be invested, and the depositaries in which state funds are located, together with the type of deposit, and such other information as may be included at the discretion of the director of revenue or the governor.

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