Did you know – Comptrollers oversee nearly $13 billion in county funds each year and help make sure your tax dollars are working for YOU! Learn more at www.FLClerks.com/page/Comptroller
Over the years, Florida’s Comptrollers have saved taxpayers millions by uncovering financial discrepancies, reviewing contracts, and auditing expenses. Comptrollers are YOUR local financial watchdogs.
According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have experienced some form of physical violence by an intimate partner. Don’t stay silent. Contact the Seminole County Clerk of Court to learn about available resources in Seminole County, such as domestic violence injunctions. Call (407) 665-4300 or … Read more
What exactly do Florida’s Comptrollers do? To start, they watch out for your tax dollars and keep local government accountable. Visit www.FLClerks.com/page/Comptroller to learn about the duties of Florida’s Comptrollers.
Celebrating National County Government Month! The services the Seminole County Clerk of Court and Comptroller provides are crucial to a healthy and functional county government. Visit https://www.seminoleclerk.org/online-services/ to learn more about the services our offices provide.
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Did you know, your Seminole County Clerk, Grant Maloy, also serves as the County Comptroller, acting as the CFO for county funds by processing payroll, managing investments, paying vendors, and keeping local government humming. Here are just a few of the services Comptrollers provide. #FLClerks #GovernmentFinanceProfessionalsWeek
As the county Comptroller, the Seminole County Clerk of Court provides crucial financial services. In that role, Grant Maloy serves as the auditor, accountant, and custodian of county funds, protecting your tax dollars! #FLClerks #GovernmentFinanceProfessionalsWeek