Extra-budgetary resources (EBRs) were an integral, if frowned upon, part of budgets. In simpler terms, this refers to allocations made from money outside of revenue or borrowings, through means such as the National Small Savings Fund, and fully serviced bonds like the bank recapitalisation bonds.
While bank recap still stays, the government is expecting to end almost all entries financed through EBRs, shows the Union Budget 2021-22, presented by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in Parliament on February 1.
The biggest of them being the loans given
Buildium’s default plan supports up to 5,000 properties, earning the top spot for users with large property portfolios.
Built by property managers for property managers
Automatic rent collection through a tenant portal
Online ticket support during business hours
A lot of training materials offered
Buildium, our review’s best property management accounting software for large property portfolios, has expansive accounting features supporting up to 5,000 units in its basic plan.
The cost of the plan depends on the number of units you manage and goes from $50 per month for up to 150 units to a maximum number of
inDinero blankets its clients with a wide range of accounting services, an easy-to-use platform, access to in-house experts, and a dedicated customer support team, making it our choice as the best overall accounting firm.
Since its founding in 2009, inDinero has been perfecting its offering of an all-in-one accounting service for small businesses. In addition to one of the widest arrays of services, inDinero offers its clients access to a team of staff accountants and financial experts, just a click or call away using their easy-to-use dashboard or mobile app. inDinero checks all the boxes, making it our choice
With an eye on improving the Ramona Municipal Water District’s accounting and financial reports, the district’s board of directors unanimously agreed Jan. 12 to appoint a two-person Ad Hoc Financial Reporting Committee, though the committee’s goals and objectives are being debated.
The committee is tasked with reviewing and recommending potential changes to the district’s accounting practices and the contents and format of its financial reports, district officials said. The intent is to report the findings and make recommendations if appropriate to the board on Feb. 9.
Committee members, directors Gary Hurst and Jeff Lawler, plan to begin meeting this week