2006 Kansas Code - 75-1122
75-1122. Annual audits of school districts and certain municipalities; township exemption; assistance from division of accounts and reports. (a) The governing body of every unified school district, the governing body of every recreation commission having aggregate annual gross receipts in excess of $150,000 and the governing body of all other municipalities either having aggregate annual gross receipts in excess of $275,000 or which has general obligation or revenue bonds outstanding in excess of $275,000 shall have its accounts examined and audited by a licensed municipal public accountant or accountants or certified public accountant or accountants at least once each year. In the case of school districts, all tax and other funds such as activity funds and accounts shall also be examined and audited.
(b) Any municipality required to have an annual audit for the first time under this section shall be exempt from the requirement if the municipality sends to the division of accounts and reports a written request for assistance in complying with the required accounting procedures of K.S.A. 75-1121, and amendments thereto. The exemption shall continue until the assistance is rendered by the division of accounts and reports.
(c) The governing body of any city of the third class required to have its accounts examined and audited pursuant to the provisions of this section shall annually determine the total cost to be incurred by the city in complying with the requirements of this act and shall identify the same in the budget of the city.
(d) Each year the township board of any township required to have an annual audit may adopt a resolution requesting the director of accounts and reports to exempt the township from the requirements of this section. The resolution shall be submitted prior to the end of the fiscal year. Upon receipt of the resolution, the director of accounts and reports shall waive the requirement for an audit for such year.
History: L. 1935, ch. 275, § 12; L. 1967, ch. 442, § 1; L. 1978, ch. 334, § 2; L. 1983, ch. 276, § 1; L. 1990, ch. 66, § 51; L. 1993, ch. 46, § 3; July 1.
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