HOAs and condo associations are established as non-profit entities. That means every cent from owners’ dues must go to completing the duties of the organization. No one profits from it. In fact, the board members are volunteers. But even non-profit entities have income to collect and expenses to track. And every cent — from the owners’ dues coming in to the monthly maintenance expenses to the funds earmarked for particular improvements or replacements — has to be painstakingly tracked and managed.
HOA Accounting DC in Washington DC not only tracks the financials month to month, but they generate quarterly and annual reports that detail for the board and members that the association is on track in their duties. They provide a specialized form of HOA bookkeeping services that include tax services and financial audits for the HOA or condo association. Since there are many requirements to manage large amounts of money in a responsible way, every condo association and HOA needs an expert accountant.