State of North Carolina CAFR
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
of the State of North Carolina (CAFR)
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1998
The Office of the State Controller is
required to prepare a CAFR each year in accordance with generally accepted
accounting principles. The 1998 CAFR received an
unqualified opinion from the Office of the State Auditor
and conformed to the
requirements of the
Certificate of Achievement for
Excellence in Financial Reporting program of the GFOA. This program
a prestigious national award recognizing conformance with the highest
standards for preparation of state and local government financial
CAFR is divided into three major sections:
This report is an essential tool for gaining an understanding of the
financial activities of the State of North Carolina. Click on the
adjacent report cover to download a complete copy of the 1998 CAFR.
It has been formatted in Portable Document Format (PDF).
- Introductory Section,
- Financial Section, and
- Statistical Section
(2.1 MB - 199 pages)
Download Individual Sections of the 1998 CAFR
letter of transmittal and the State's organization chart, including a
listing of principal State officials (182 KB).
General Purpose Financial
the State Auditor's Report, the combined financial statements, the
notes to the financial statements, and required supplementary
information (741 KB).
Combining, Individual Fund and Account Group Financial
Statements and Schedules,
which include details on the Special Revenue
Funds, Capital Projects Funds, Enterprise Funds, Internal Service Funds,
Trust and Agency Funds, General Fixed Assets Account Group, General Long-Term
Obligations Account Group, and Component Unit Funds (1.7 MB).
includes selected financial,
non-financial, and demographic information, much of which is presented
on a ten-year basis. This information is especially useful in assessing
overall financial trends of the State (245 KB).
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