FreeBalance Accountability Suite
Government Receipts Management
FreeBalance Government Receipts Management enables the unique revenue raising mechanisms of government, such as taxation. To help raise revenue and collect receipts to keep government moving, Government Receipts Management delivers.
Supports government sales and other income including sales, permits and licensing.
Supports tax administration for income, business, import and property.
Billings & Receipts
Supports receipts collection including utility billing, collections and cashiering.
The Government Receipts Management functions in the FreeBalance Accountability Suite include the following:
Support income, property, custom, excise and sales taxes at national and sub-national levels.
PERMITS & LICENSING
Manage permit, license, certification, user fee, fines and other government processes that collect revenue.
CUSTOMER & TAXPAYER MANAGEMENT
Manage citizen and corporate information and identity across revenue systems
Manage sales of government assets, products and services.
Support front and back office receipts handling, collections, invoicing statements, and dunning letters.
Modules provide additional features that can be combined and configured to create solutions for government.
- Permits and Licensing
- Government Receipts Management
- Standard Reports
- Customs Taxation
- Corporate Income Tax Administration
- Personal Income Tax Administration
- Property Taxes
- Bill Presentment
- Case Management
- Customer Relationship Management
- Utility Billing
Powered by FreeBalance Accountability Platform
The FreeBalance Accountability Platform is a web-based Java-powered platform designed for government financial management. Our applications support centralized environment, but are also flexible enough to accommodate decentralized & hybrid models.
Supports International Financial Standards
The FreeBalance Accountability Suite supports the highest international standards for fiscal management and accounting, including those from:
- United Nations
- International Monetary Fund
- World Bank
- International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
- International Federation of Accountants (IFAC)
- Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC)