Presenting Your HOA’s Monthly Financial Results: Best practices for board treasurers and property managers

Most neighborhoods and their property management companies utilize accountants to prepare the monthly financial statements. As a board treasurer or property manager, you receive a monthly package of financial data that needs to be reviewed with the board. The board members want you to cover the highlights in a brief presentation, so they can react to any pressing items and then move on to other business. This can be quite a challenge for even the most seasoned professionals.    Read the article………….


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