Know your Duty as HOA Treasurer: 6 helpful tips

Your HOA board is responsible for many important decisions, but one of the most important responsibilities is maintaining the financial health of the association. Although each board member needs to participate in sound financial decision-making, no one is more responsible than the HOA treasurer. It is the treasure’s responsibility to protect the association’s assets, and while these duties and the authority to exercise them are detailed in the HOA’s governing documents and state law, it can still feel like an overwhelming responsibility.   Read the article……………


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