This seminar will help property managers understand the options for funding and accounting for capital projects including special assessments, bank loans and raising maintenance fees. We will review what constitutes a capital project, why funding for a capital project is necessary, what the funding options are for capital projects, how the unit owners should be assessed for capital projects, how expenditures on a capital project should be managed and information about sales tax related to capital projects.
Speaker: Mohammed Salyani, CPA Wilkin & Guttenplan
Mohammed Salyani, a Principal at Wilkin & Guttenplan P.C., joined the firm in 2001. He specializes in providing audit, review and compilation services to not-for-profit organizations, closely-held businesses and real estate entities such as community associations. For his real estate clients, he also often performs consulting services and agreed-upon procedures including fraud detection, forecasting and transition reports for sponsors and management companies. Prior to joining Wilkin & Guttenplan P.C., Mohammed worked for a public accounting firm in Kenya where he performed audit work for hotels, banks and closely-held businesses.
When: Thursday, February 1, 2018
8:30am Registration and Continental breakfast
Where: Village Greenes Community Association, 101 Marigold Drive, Marlton, NJ
Early Bird Registration* (by January 25):
CAI Members - $35; Non-members $60.
*Additional fees apply after January 25.
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This course is approved by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) to fulfill continuing education requirements for the CMCA® certification. This course will earn managers (2) continuing education credit hour, which also help satisfy the requirements to apply for the PCAM designation.
This Program is Generously Sponsored by: