How To Bulletproof Your Association’s Biggest Asset: The Money (Pts. 1-4)

If you are elected treasurer of your community association and accept the challenge, there are many policies and procedures you will need to learn before you start planning budgets, collecting assessments, and signing checks. Board members and officers of all community associations in America should read the 35-point list of financial procedures detailed in “Escaping Condo Jail“, and consider it a survival manual.

Part 1: Inheriting Old Books

Part 2: Guarding and Vigilance

Part 3: Cyberbanking Procedures

Part 4: Efficiency Maximization and Return


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