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The truth about transparency in New Mexico’s CAFRs

DECEMBER 14, 2018 | by David Muska | ERRORS OF ENCHANTMENT

“TIA’s recent 'Financial Transparency Score Report' placed New Mexico just one slot above last-place Connecticut on 'a range of transparency indicators.' Weinberg told Moreno that the state has been 'historically issuing its financial statement late,' with a jaw-dropping 426-day tardiness for its fiscal 2012 comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR) … But as Weinberg argued, taxpayers willing to tackle CAFRs deserve to get them in a timely and accessible manner. For a long time now, that hasn’t been an option in New Mexico.”

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