The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report is the offical audited financial statement for the State of Michigan.
Constitutional Limits Reports refers to state revenue limits (section 26) and local spending requirements (section 30).
Detailed Financial Schedules are final annual reports that provide revenue details at the object code level and spending details at the appropriated line item level.
Monthly Financial Reports are submitted to the Legislature, including state revenues, budget results, and opertaion information on certain funds. They are prepared pursuant to Act No. 8 of 1999.
Annual state spending plans are provide for state agencies and the public.
Work Projects are annual reports to the Legislature concerning the Work Project Appropriations.
Beginning in 2019, state law requires a report to be published annually to communicate the state's basic financial condition in an easy-to-understand format.
The Flint Expenditures Report tracks appropriated funds and expenditures related to the Flint water emergency.