When Should You Audit Your Association’s Documents?

My mother is an accountant, so I grew up learning to budget my allowance in one of those big bound ledger books with the green grid lines. My mother had shelves full of the big ledger books, along with an entire room full of banker’s boxes full of paperwork. The stacks of boxes were fun to climb on but I was never really curious enough to look inside – they were all the same to me – full of manila file folders stuffed from end to end with papers.    Read the article…………..


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