The Revenue Forum: an effective low-cost, low-tech approach to revenue forecasting. (Chesterfield County, Virginia): An article from: Government Finance Review
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- Publication Date:April 1, 1994
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From the supplier: Chesterfield County, VA, has reported improved revenue projections as a result of its Revenue Forum, a forecasting technique that has netted actual tax revenues reaching $2 million for FY 1992. In contrast to other forecasting methods, the Revenue Forum is easier to implement and can provide a wider range of economic benefits. In addition, the revenue forecasting strategy has allowed the business community to better comprehend the various government finance issues faced by local governments.
Title: The Revenue Forum: an effective low-cost, low-tech approach to revenue forecasting. (Chesterfield County, Virginia)
Author: James J.L. Stegmaier
Publication: Government Finance Review (Magazine/Journal)
Date: April 1, 1994
Publisher: Government Finance Officers Association
Volume: v10 Issue: n2 Page: p13(4)
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