Accounting and reporting of financial assets in budget organizations

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Shakhboz Odilbekov


The management of financial assets in budget organizations has become increasingly complex due to the evolving financial landscape. This article delves into the intricacies of accounting and reporting of financial assets in these organizations, underlining the need for advanced accounting standards and technological integration. The article further explores the challenges faced during this transition and proposes recommendations to overcome them.

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Odilbekov, S. (2023). Accounting and reporting of financial assets in budget organizations. Scientific Collection «InterConf», (156), 73–78. Retrieved from


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