Mark Zampino at 860-258-0212 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
full actuarial report. In the June 30,
2009 financial statements, the audi-
tors had to issue a scope limitation
because the report was not complete.
This cannot continue.
We cannot artificially create a rainy
day fund when we have no available
fund balance. Should the available
fund balance become higher than
necessary, the excess should be
committed to funding our pension
and OPEB obligations.
it. We must manage the balance
sheet by monitoring how our actions
now will affect our full accrual bal-
ance sheet in the future.
to "fix our future." We are working on
picture. They need to make the
tough decisions and set limits for the
good of the state's long-term health.
sis through a grassroots effort. They
need to understand the issues and
support the legislators that make the
tough decisions. They need to
accept that we must all sacrifice. We
have run out of options.
the managing partner
of Marien + Company,
LLC in Norwich, as
well as the partner in
charge of the firm's
Her primary focus is on accounting
and auditing for governments and not-
present a session entitled "New
Perspectives on the U.S. and
Connecticut Economies and Fixing
director of research for DataCore
Partners LLC. See page 31 of this
issue for more information.