The Annual Budget serves as a road map for the Association. Future projections are generally based on historical trends, with the addition of known future projects. Establishing a sound budget is an important aspect of the Board’s fiduciary responsibility and the approved document sets the course for the fiscal year as well as ensuring that future projects will be planned for through the Reserve allocation within the annual budget.
With a professional management company, the Community Manager typically creates a draft of the budget. But, sometimes, the HOA or POA board, a financial committee or both will prepare that draft, which is then sent to the Community Manager for review. In either situation, the Board will work closely with their Community Manager to prepare a budget for the coming year.
Want to learn more? Check out our blog post on budgets.
See image to the right for an example of an approved budget.
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