Here is a screen shot of one section from the Administrative Functions available to Roman players. You can see the section on the right which defines the various departments. Obviously, the department for dealing with finances is selected.
There is a summary on the left and a section for policies and one user preference. The unit of accounting is purely a user preference and doesn't affect anything but the formatting of text used to display monetary values.
The other settings are minor policies which can be changed on a whim.
The Major Enactments are going to be policies and decisions which require you to use an activation. The idea is that the bureaucracy must be consulted, messages dispatched, etc.
These are placeholder graphics, so, yes, they don't look that great. Many other departments will work like this - a summary, some minor policies, and then Major Enactments. You can expand or collapse the minor summary areas as needed.
This is still being refined, but represents the state of Aurelian's finances at the beginning of the Restitutor Orbis scenario. The revenue is low because many provinces are supporting Quintillus, the Senate's recognized emperor. After you crush Quintillus, you can petition the Senate for recognition and then things will look much better.
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