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What are the two required financial statements under a proprietary fund?

Proprietary fund will report their fund financial statements by applying the full-accrual basis of accounting and will apply the economic resources measurement focus. These fund financial statements will require the following financial statements:

1) The statement of net position

2) The statement of revenues, expenses, and changes in fund net position


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