As summer comes to a close, community associations consider budgets

As summer fades, swimming pools close and school buses appear. It’s time for community association boards and finance committees to hammer out next year’s budget.  Before you lock in numbers, consider the wisdom of industry professionals who know their way around a spreadsheet. Their advice and best practices will stretch your assessment dollars and build a more financially stable association. Some of the tips are big, and some are small, but the dollars are sure to mount up.     Read the article…………..


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