However, the revised definition of the special revenue fund type offered in GASB Statement No.
What does SRF stand for?
SRF stands for Special Revenue Fund
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- Société Royale Forestière (French: Royal Forestry Society; Belgium)
- Society for Reproduction and Fertility (UK)
- Software Recovery Facility
- Software Request Form
- Soil Remineralization Forum (UK)
- Solid Recovered Fuel
- Spas Research Fellowship (UK)
- Spatial Receptive Field
- Spec Racer Ford (Spec car racing series)
- Special Resource Function
- Special Revenue, Federal
- Specialized Resource Function
- Specifically Routed Frame
- Staff Requisition Form
- Standard Reference Files
- Standard Reference Material Failed
- Standardbred Retirement Foundation
- State Revolving Fund (US Environmental Protection Agency)
- Station de Recherches Forestières (French: Forest Research Station; Belgium)
- Steering Responsive Fog Lights (Subaru)
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According to their 2009 CAFR, the County summarizes the activities of the general fund, three major special revenue funds, 28 non-major special revenue funds, five major proprietary funds, one non-major proprietary fund, four non-major capital projects funds, one debt service fund, one investment trust fund, and 17 agency funds.
The changes to the special revenue fund definition included additional guidance on when resources should be reported in this fund.
Use of money from the state road fund and special revenue fund (which combined are about 40% of all state revenues) is completely restricted, while use of the dollars in the state's general fund, which are derived from income and sales taxes on individuals and businesses, is completely discretionary.
The special revenue fund also reports a long-term note receivable and a similar amount as deferred revenue.
certain program-based budgets) that prevent them from presenting budgetary comparison information for their general funds and major special revenue funds, as currently required by Statement 34.