Surviving Community Association Budget Season

In community association management, no two words are feared quite as much as ‘Budget Season’.  Developing budgets is an important part of any business, and for community associations, the budget is incredibly important due to the fact that communities have a fixed potential income, and need to be prepared in advance for major expenditures like equipment failure or natural disasters.   Read the article…………


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