Erlanger To Give Financial Reports Quarterly, Instead Of Monthly

Monday, August 25, 2014

Erlanger Budget and Finance Committee chairman Jack Studer announced Monday that Erlanger will be presenting financial reports on a quarterly versus monthly basis, beginning in July (the beginning of this fiscal year).

He said,  “Public reporting of Erlanger’s financials is moving to a quarterly basis,” stating that the move "is consistent with industry standards and Wall Street expectations and is considered a best practice for businesses."

He said it "removes the variability of (monthly) public reporting."



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