About Financial Services
As the Chief Financial Officer of Pasco County, Florida, the Clerk & Comptroller is custodian of County funds and is responsible for the collection, safe depositing, investing, expenditure, and distribution of these funds in accordance with law and administrative regulation.
The Financial Services Department handles more than $500 million annually on behalf of the State of Florida, Circuit and County Courts, and other governmental units.
Financial Services provides accounting and financial reporting services for the Board of County Commissioners and the Office of the Clerk & Comptroller. The Department’s duties include processing payroll, disbursing payments on contracts and purchases made within budgetary guidelines, investing surplus county funds, and overseeing the preparation and presentation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report of Pasco County, the Financial Statements of the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk & Comptroller, and various state reports.
Annual Financial Report (AFR)
The Annual Financial Report (AFR) is a financial report that each local government must submit to the Department of Financial Services (DFS), within forty-five days after the completion of the local governments audit report.
Pasco Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFR)
The Financial Services Department of the Clerk & Comptroller’s Office is responsible for preparing financial reports and maintaining accounting records for Pasco County.
Pasco County Popular Annual Financial Reports (PAFR)
The Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) for Pasco County is a concise summary of the detailed Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. It is intended to offer citizens a brief overview of their County government’s financial activities.
Pasco County Single-Audit Reports
Pasco County’s Single-Audit Report is required by OMB Circular A-133 and Chapter 10.550. View rules of the auditor general.