Closing the gap between accounting and community association management

As long as the dividing line is clear, these two teams can usually stay functional. However, the lines in association management are often blurred.   In one management company I visited, the accounting department had ruled that any and all costs were to go through the accounting department only. This meant that the community managers were unable to enter even simple data like work order costs into their management software. The sad part is that their stubborn refusal to allow the management team to do any cost entry actually wound up costing the accounting team a great deal of extra manual labor.   Read more…….

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