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The Clerk's General Accounting Department prepares various financial reports, including those related to bond compliance, federal and state tax returns, audited financial statements, state financial reports, various interim financial reports, and various state and granting agency reports.

Annual Comprehensive Financial Reports (ACFR)

The Clerk prepares and maintains the Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR), which is the audited financial statements for Lee County, including Board of County Commissioners, Clerk of Courts, Property Appraiser, Sheriff, Supervisor of Elections, and Tax Collector.

The Sand Dollar (Popular Annual Financial Report)
Annual Financial Reports (State Reports)

The Annual Financial Report includes an overview of is prepared in accordance to FS 218.32 and filed with the Florida Department of Financial Services within 45 days after the completion of the County’s financial audit report, but no later than 12 months after the end of the fiscal year.

BOCC Check Registers and Wire Transfers

The Check Registers and Wire Transfers listed below are approved by the Board of County Commissioners at their Regular Meetings. If you would like to view documents older than these listed below, please visit the Board Minutes Inquiry page and view the minutes of the meeting at which the Registers were approved.

  • FY22
  • FY21
  • Clerk's Annual Financial Statements

    The Clerk’s Financial Statements provide an overview of revenues and expenditures for numerous funds managed by the Clerk. The statements are audited and a report is created annually within 12 months after the end of its fiscal year by an independent certified public accountant.

    Financial Report to the Board of County Commissioners

    Each month, the Clerk provides the Board of County Commissioners with a financial report outlining revenues, expenditures, debt, investments, reserves, and statistical data. The reports include vital trend data for a variety of County departments and services to help commissioners make informed decisions with tax dollars.

    Management Letters

    After the financial statements of Lee County are audited by an independent certified public accountant, the Board of County Commissioners receives a management letter to confirm the audit has been completed and the information is accurate.

    Port Authority Annual Financial Statements

    The Clerk prepares and maintains the Port Authority Annual Financial Statement, which is a standalone audited financial statement of a dependent authority of the Board of County Commissioners – includes Southwest Florida International Airport and Page Field.

    Single Audit

    The Financial Assistance Report (Single Audit Report) includes all county grant activity for the fiscal year.

    • FY21 Single Audit Report
    • FY20 Single Audit Report
    • FY19 Single Audit Report
    • FY18 Single Audit Report
    • FY17 Single Audit Report
    • FY16 Single Audit Report
    • FY15 Single Audit Report
    • FY14 Single Audit Report
    • FY13 Single Audit Report
    • FY12 Single Audit Report