The Accounting Services Section of the Comptroller's Office is responsible for all City of St. Louis accounting activities.
The Accounting Services section is responsible for all of the city’s accounting activities. This section reviews and processes accounts payable, manages and balances the city’s accounting and financial records, supervises payroll, updates the Central Business Index (CBI) business tax and license records, assists in decisions for risk to insure or self-insure, and administers the citywide travel policy.
Location & Contact
Accounting Services Section
1200 Market Street
City Hall, Room 311
St. Louis, MO 63103
(314) 622-4354 Fax
Reviews, processes and pays for all city expenditures for goods and services.
General Ledger Control Group
Manages and balances the city's Automated Accounting System (AIMS). This control function encompasses data entry, document flow, and generates all journal entries.
Central Business Index
Central Business Index personnel maintain and continually update files containing tax and license records. These files are used to process tax clearances and various reports.
Decisions regarding risk to insure or self-insure are made through the Public Facilities Protection Corporation (the city's self-insurance program) with the input of the Comptroller's representative.
Administers the citywide travel policy, which sets rules for allowable expenses, meal allowance, etc. Travel Management ensures travel advances and airline tickets are ordered and available for city travelers and coordinates reconciliation of travel advances in a timely manner.