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  • Red = Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Division
  • Blue = Pension Division
  • Green = Government Information Division (GID)
  • Orange = Legal/Special Investigations (SI) Division

January

January 1 – TIF: Beginning of the TIF Reporting Year.

January 8 – TIF: TIF Market Value Homestead Credit distribution table e-mailed to recipients of the December 26th transfer from the Department of Revenue.

January 15 – PENSION: Certified Listing of Individuals Who Filed a Statement of Economic Interest Form - due to the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board.

January 15 – TIF: Request for TIF district information e-mailed to county auditors.

January 20 – GID: Forfeiture Incident Reporting Form – Law enforcement agencies must use this form each month to report the disposition of property seized subject to forfeiture. Reporting form(s) must be submitted to the OSA by the 20th of the month following the final disposition of the seized property.

January 27 – Annual Office of the State Auditor Training Conference: The Office of the State Auditor’s Annual Conference provides an opportunity for professional training for those working with local government finances. The OSA Annual Conference will be held on Wednesday, January 27, 2010 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Minneapolis North in Brooklyn Center. Topics will include ARRA and the Single Audit, legal compliance, the red flags of fraud, and preparing for an audit. More information, including links to the agenda and the registration form, can be found at: http://www.auditor.state.mn.us/other/audittraining_0912_brochure.pdf.

January 31 – GID: City Summary Budget Data Financial Reporting Form – due.

January 31 – GID: County Summary Budget Data Financial Reporting Form – due

January 31 – GID: Local Government Lobbying Costs Reporting Form – due

January 31 – GID: Associations of Local Government Lobbying Reporting Form – due. These are e-mailed individually to each association.

February

February 8 – TIF: Legislative Report for TIF reports ending December 31, 2008 and audits ending December 31, 2009 available on the OSA website.

February 15 – TIF: Request e-mailed to TIF authority representatives for any changes to pre-populated information for 2009 TIF reports, including new or modified districts and contact changes.

February 15 – PENSION: Supplemental Benefit Reimbursement Form (SBR Form) due to the Department of Revenue.

February 20 – GID: Forfeiture Incident Reporting Form – Law enforcement agencies must use this form each month to report the disposition of property seized subject to forfeiture. Reporting form(s) must be submitted to the OSA by the 20th of the month following the final disposition of the seized property.

March

March 1 – GID: County Outstanding Indebtedness Reporting Form – due.

March 1 – GID: Town Financial Reporting Form – Cash Basis of Accounting – due.

March 12 – TIF: Request for County TIF District Information Form due from county auditors.

March 15 – PENSION: Fire Equipment Certification Form (FA-1 Form) due to the Department of Revenue.

March 20 – GID: Forfeiture Incident Reporting Form – Law enforcement agencies must use this form each month to report the disposition of property seized subject to forfeiture. Reporting form(s) must be submitted to the OSA by the 20th of the month following the final disposition of the seized property.

March 31 – GID: City Financial Reporting Form – Cash Basis of Accounting – due.

March 31 – GID: City Financial Statements Audited or Unaudited - Cash Basis of Accounting – due.

March 31 – GID: Special District Financial Reporting Form and Financial Statements due for Districts whose fiscal year ended September 30, 2009

March 31 – PENSION: Reporting deadline for volunteer fire relief associations with assets and liabilities under $200,000.

March 31 – PENSION: Investment Business Recipient Disclosure Board due to the Legislative Commission on Pensions and Retirement.

April

April 1 – TIF: Enforcement deduction request for the period of May 1, 2009 through April 30, 2010 e-mailed to county treasurers.

April 1 – TIF: All changes to pre-populated information for the 2009 reporting forms due. Please send changes by e-mail to tifdivision@auditor.state.mn.us or by mail to Office of the State Auditor, 525 Park Street #500, St. Paul, MN 55103, Attention: TIF Division.

April 5 – GID: The Government Information Division will be offering a live online training on the CTAS Version 7 Accounting Module from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM. Click here to register.

April 19 – GID: The Government Information Division will be offering a live online training on the CTAS Version 7 Payroll Module from 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM. Click here to register.

April 20 – GID: Forfeiture Incident Reporting Form – Law enforcement agencies must use this form each month to report the disposition of property seized subject to forfeiture. Reporting form(s) must be submitted to the OSA by the 20th of the month following the final disposition of the seized property.

May

May 3 – GID: The Government Information Division will be offering a live online training on the CTAS Version 7 Investments and Indebtedness Module from 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM. Click here to register.

May 3 – TIF: 2009 TIF reporting forms available on SAFES website.

May 20 – GID: Forfeiture Incident Reporting Form – Law enforcement agencies must use this form each month to report the disposition of property seized subject to forfeiture. Reporting form(s) must be submitted to the OSA by the 20th of the month following the final disposition of the seized property.

June

June 11 – TIF: Enforcement deduction information due from county treasurers.

June 20 – GID: Forfeiture Incident Reporting Form – Law enforcement agencies must use this form each month to report the disposition of property seized subject to forfeiture. Reporting form(s) must be submitted to the OSA by the 20th of the month following the final disposition of the seized property.

June 30 – PENSION: Reporting deadline for volunteer fire relief associations with assets or liabilities exceeding $200,000.

June 30 – GID: Town Financial Reporting Form – in Accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) – due.

June 30 – GID: Town Audited Financial Statements – GAAP Basis of Accounting – due.

June 30 – GID: City Financial Reporting Form – GAAP Basis of Accounting – due.

June 30 – GID: City Audited Financial Statements – GAAP Basis of Accounting – due.

June 30 – GID: Special District Financial Reporting Form and Financial Statements due for Districts whose fiscal year ended December 31, 2009.

July

July 1 – PENSION: Fire Protection Service Reporting Form is due for municipalities with a fire department but no affiliated relief association.

July 20 – GID: Forfeiture Incident Reporting Form – Law enforcement agencies must use this form each month to report the disposition of property seized subject to forfeiture. Reporting form(s) must be submitted to the OSA by the 20th of the month following the final disposition of the seized property.

August

August 1 – TIF: Annual TIF Reports due for the year ending 2009.

August 1 – PENSION: Schedule form for lump sum volunteer fire relief associations must be certified to the affiliated municipality. Maximum Benefit Worksheets must be certified for lump sum, monthly, and monthly/lump sum combination plans.

August 17 – TIF: Notice of Failure to File annual TIF reports mailed to mayors and authority representatives of entities for which the 2009 TIF reports have not been received.

August 20 – GID: Forfeiture Incident Reporting Form - Law enforcement agencies must use this form each month to report the disposition of property seized subject to forfeiture. Reporting form(s) must be submitted to the OSA by the 20th of the month following the final disposition of the seized property.

September

September 15 – PENSION: First certification deadline for state fire aid.

September 20 – GID: Forfeiture Incident Reporting Form – Law enforcement agencies must use this form each month to report the disposition of property seized subject to forfeiture. Reporting form(s) must be submitted to the OSA by the 20th of the month following the final disposition of the seized property.

September 30 – GID: Special District Financial Reporting Form and Financial Statements due for Districts whose fiscal year ended March 31, 2010.

October

October 1 – TIF: Notice to Withhold Tax Increment mailed to county auditors, mayors and authority representatives of entities for which the 2009 TIF reports have not been received.

October 1 – TIF: Excess tax increment revenues are due to counties for year ending 2009.

October 1 – PENSION: State fire aid is disbursed for volunteer fire relief associations certified during the first certification deadline.

October 20 – GID: Forfeiture Incident Reporting Form – Law enforcement agencies must use this form each month to report the disposition of property seized subject to forfeiture. Reporting form(s) must be submitted to the OSA by the 20th of the month following the final disposition of the seized property.

November

November 1 – PENSION: Second certification deadline for state fire aid.

November 1 – GID: Counties Financial Reporting Form – due.

November 15 – PENSION: State fire aid is disbursed for volunteer fire relief associations certified during the second certification deadline.

November 20 – GID: Forfeiture Incident Reporting Form – Law enforcement agencies must use this form each month to report the disposition of property seized subject to forfeiture. Reporting form(s) must be submitted to the OSA by the 20th of the month following the final disposition of the seized property.

November 30 – PENSION: Deadline for submitting volunteer fire relief association reporting forms to avoid forfeiture of state fire aid.

December

December 20 – GID: Forfeiture Incident Reporting Form – Law enforcement agencies must use this form each month to report the disposition of property seized subject to forfeiture. Reporting form(s) must be submitted to the OSA by the 20th of the month following the final disposition of the seized property.

December 26 – TIF: TIF Market Value Homestead Credit transferred electronically from the Department of Revenue to eligible authorities. A distribution table will be e-mailed to authorities by the TIF Division in January.

December 31 – TIF: End of the reporting year.

December 31 – GID: Special District Financial Reporting Form and Financial Statements due for Districts whose fiscal year ends June 30, 2010.

Special Due Dates

GID: Forfeiture Incident Reporting Form - No Property Seized subject to forfeiture that was disposed during the entire year – Due January 31 for the prior year.

GID: Special District Financial Statements Audited or Unaudited - Due within 180 days after the end of the district's fiscal year.

TIF: Confirmation of Decertification Form due upon decertification of TIF district. If the TIF district is decertified early, a resolution from the city council may also be due.

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