Uncollected Assessments: HOA Budgeting for Bad Debt

For the past 35 years, Lake Superior State University publishes a list of “banished” words and phrases. The annual list includes words and phrases that are misused, overused, and generally useless. The 2010 list includes such gems as “sexting”, “tweet”, “app”, and “too big to fail”. Also included on the 2010 list is probably the most overused phrase in recent memory: “In these economic times”. It’s everywhere.   Read the article…………


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