Municipal Fund Accounting, Non-Profit Accounting &
Utility Billing Solutions
Made Easy

SafeChoice, Inc. provides specialized municipal fund accounting, non-profit accounting, complete utility billing, and business management software solutions. These specialized accounting software solutions are SafeChoice branded products that integrate time-tested technology. All SafeChoice software solutions are compliant with the FASB rules and GASB statements.

SafeChoice, Inc. offers the following Windows-based software management solutions for your municipal fund accounting, non-profit organization accounting and utility billing needs:

Municipal Fund AccountingSafeChoice Fund Accounting
Make informed decisions for your organization with the powerful SafeChoice Fund Accounting system! Track fund balances and budgets using a variety of options available with the multiple built-in reports. Drill down features and detailed transaction reports will provide the necessary financial controls for all necessary reporting and auditing purposes.

Utility BillingSafeChoice Utility-Billing
Stop the frustration and time consuming chore of utility billing! With SafeChoice Utility Billing, you will have a flexible, all inclusive and easy to use system at your fingertips. Numerous options are available to make your day-to-day operations easy, plus your reporting will be comprehensive and complete!

SafeChoice Complete Accounting for Non-ProfitsSafeChoice Accounting for Non-Profits
Finally! The information you need for your Board of Directors at your fingertips! No longer spend hours creating reports that you will now have readily available through day-to-day bookkeeping! Let us show you how.

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Data DictionarySafeChoice Data Dictionary

The SafeChoice Data Dictionary greatly simplifies and enables report designers to accomplish ad-hoc reporting via programs such as Crystal Reports. An on-line comprehensive detailed dictionary of the entire database is available 24/7 to aid report designers get the vital information needed at any time.

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GASB

The Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) is the independent organization that establishes and improves standards of accounting and financial reporting for U.S. state and local governments. Established in 1984 by agreement of the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) and 10 national associations of state and local government officials, the GASB is recognized by governments, the accounting industry, and the capital markets as the official source of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) for state and local governments.

Accounting and financial reporting standards designed for the government environment are essential because governments are fundamentally different from for-profit businesses. Furthermore, the information needs of the users of government financial statements are different from the needs of the users of private company financial statements. The GASB members and staff understand the unique characteristics of governments and the environment in which they operate.

The GASB is not a government entity; instead, it is an operating component of the FAF, which is a private sector not-for-profit entity. Funding for the GASB comes in part from sales of its own publications and in part from state and local governments and the municipal bond community. Its standards are not federal laws or regulations and the organization does not have enforcement authority. Compliance with GASB's standards, however, is enforced through the laws of some individual states and through the audit process, when auditors render opinions on the fairness of financial statement presentations in conformity with GAAP.

The mission of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board is to establish and improve standards of state and local governmental accounting and financial reporting that will result in useful information for users of financial reports and guide and educate the public, including issuers, auditors, and users of those financial reports.

For more information visit the Governmental Accounting Standard Board website: http://www.gasb.org.