State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli believes New Yorkers should know how their tax dollars are spent. Use the resources here to gain a better understanding about where your money goes.
Open Book New York allows the public to see how the State government is spending tax dollars, on capital construction, grants, employee benefits, etc.
View audits of State and local governments to see if taxpayer money is used effectively and efficiently to promote the common good.
Local government officials, policy makers and citizens can access the Fiscal Stress Monitoring System to look up the financial condition of municipalities and school districts.
View data commonly requested under the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) in the Reading Room, another recent transparency improvement.
Request a List of the names and last-known addresses of people who may be entitled to unclaimed funds.