Overview

The only sources of income of a government are the taxes it collects and sundry fees various departments and agencies charge for a variety of services such as utilities, permits, visas, fines, etc. It is therefore critical that these receipts are managed efficiently and effectively. The FreeBalance Accountability Suite™ offers tax administrations and integrated government revenue management. This course provides a general overview of the features and benefits of using the FreeBalance Accountability Suite’s™ Revenue Management module.

Course Objectives

  • Explain the key features of an effective Revenue Management System
  • Understand the process, features and integration of the Revenue Management module
  • Generate revenue reports using different methods

Course Content

  • Revenue Vouchers
  • Receipt Vouchers
  • Debit and Credit Notes
  • Deposits

Target Audience

  • PFM consultants
  • GRP Consultants
  • Business Analysts
  • Civil Servants
  • Policymakers
  • Auditors
Dates On Demand
Length 0.5 Days
Pace Self Paced
Fees $50 (Introductory Price)
Language English

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