The Many Names For Theft Inside Your HOA: Part TWO

Last week we covered: the kickback, overbilling, expense padding, volunteer compensation and underreporting income. In the final installment of this two-partHOA series, we continue highlighting common examples of how HOA’s can unwittingly be stripped of their monies:     Read the article……….


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