Spotting Financial Irregularities: Red Flags Every Board Member Should Know About

While it’s pretty much impossible for a condo board, HOA or an employee thereof to commit fraud on the scale of a Bernie Madoff or any one of the greed-driven shysters who have made headlines in recent years, building boards and managers certainly aren’t above scrutiny when it comes to shady business practices.   Read the article……………


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