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Financial Services / Bond Ratings
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Wes Geddings, Finance Director
23 North Main Street
Oconee County issues checks on a weekly basis. Invoices should be received in the Finance Office by Tuesday of each week. Oconee County’s payment terms are Net 30. On Fridays, processed checks are mailed and/or available for pickup.
Oconee County’s fiscal year begins July 1st and ends June 30th.
Oconee County’s fiscal year begins July 1st and ends June 30th. Oconee County’s total budget for FY15 is $36,553,967. Oconee County’s FY15 General Fund budget is $22,555,224.
The State of Georgia requires local governments, counties and cities, to submit annual audited financial statements to the State Auditor. This process ensures compliance with generally accepted accounting principles. Oconee County is audited annually by an outside auditing firm. The FY13 audit was completed by Treadwell, Tamplin & Co., LLP.
Moody’s bond rating for Oconee County is Aa2. Moody’s Investors Service which is often called Moody’s is the bond credit rating of Moody’s Corporation. An Aa2 bond rating has an investment grade of high quality and very low credit risk.