City of St. Louis Long-Range Financial Plan, 2015

The report includes an analysis of the city's current fiscal state and recommendations for increased fiscal health.

July 2, 2015 | 2 min reading time

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City of St. Louis Long-Range Financial Plan, 2015

(ST. LOUIS -- July 2, 2015) Building on a longstanding commitment to fiscal discipline and sustainability, the Comptroller's Office of the City of St. Louis engaged Public Financial Management, Inc. (PFM) to develop this recommended Long-Range Financial Plan for the city, issued July 2, 2015.

The report includes several recommendations, including continuing to reauthorize the earnings tax, rebuilding the city's reserves, tightening the city's policies on economic development incentives, and extending pension reform equitably.

Download the report. 98 pages, including appendices.

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