What is the role of a CPA in a Homeowners Association (HOA) ?

Both board members and homeowners have an interest in the money end of an HOA’s business. After all, it’s the owners who have to pay higher fees when the homeowners association goes over budget. And it’s the Board who is responsible for hiring the right people to run the HOA’s financial business. The good news is that when to understanding the role of an HOA CPA, you don’t have to go it alone. Read on for tips for handling it.    Read the article……………


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