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COUNTY AUDITORS DO?
County auditors provide internal accounting services for their county. They maintain and examine the county's financial records and accounts and prepare the county budget each year. They also assist the state in tax duties, including calculating the property taxes owed in their county based on the information provided by the county assessor.
Fun fact: In smaller counties with less than $100,000,000 in taxable value, the county clerk acts as the county auditor, too.
Other County Elected Roles