The Accounting Division helps bring a level of financial accountability to the citizens of West Virginia. From the input of the State's official budget, to the posting of transactions within the statewide accounting system, and all the way through to timely and meaningful financial reporting, the State Auditor's Office helps ensure that the assets of the State are safeguarded and the financial resources of all State agencies are used in a manner consistent with Legislative approval and applicable law.
The Payroll Tax Accounting Group is a part of the West Virginia State Auditor’s Accounting Division. Responsible for compiling and remitting all state and federal taxes for state agency employees utilizing wvOASIS, the group collects and reviews supporting documentation to prepare and submit employee W-2 documents for West Virginia state agencies and departments.
The Accounting Division is responsible for processing Federal and State Tax Levies to attach monies from Vendors paid by the state of West Virginia. The IRS, State Tax Department, and/or Court Systems will submit a Notice of Levy to be applied to Vendor payments and the Accounting Division will process these levies and will remit the monies attached to the appropriate organization.
The West Virginia State Auditor's Office has provided a digital version of the following reports for your convenience. The files are large and may take several minutes to download if you are on a dial-up connection.
This report is prepared in compliance with constitutional provisions and State Statutes. The fiscal year begins on July 1 and ends on June 30. Expenditures are recognized when disbursed and receipts are recognized when deposited to the State Treasury. All appropriated accounts as listed in the annual budget have thirty-one days following the end of fiscal year to pay for goods or services charged before July 1.
The West Virginia State Auditor's Office has provided a digital version of the following reports for your convenience.