Why Associations Need to View Themselves as a Business

Because you are one. In essence, your community association is a not-for-profit business and although your board members are volunteers that were elected by popular vote, you are still required to follow certain requirements like other businesses. That being said, there are some real advantages to viewing your association as a business that you should be aware of. Let’s take a look:   Read the article…………


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