Should Your HOA Invest Its Reserves?

Your homeowners association (HOA) has diligently been adding to its reserves account and now would like to invest that money to possibly grow it even more. As a nonprofit, your HOA has the ability to generate income on your reserves. But should you? The answer depends on several factors. (If you need to build your reserves before you can begin investing, a reserve study could help.)   Read the article…………..


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