Your homeowners’ association needs a CPA and accounting firm uniquely qualified to support its condominium needs. At Bruno P.C., one of our areas of expertise is condominium and HOA associations. As such, we stay current on association developments and issues to ensure that you receive the highest quality service and expert guidance.
We know how well-managed homeowners organizations operate, and are intimately familiar with Massachusetts statutes relating to the industry. We can apply this knowledge to help your association achieve or surpass industry financial benchmarks by providing quality financial statements and sound business advice.
We provide accounting, taxation, and management consulting services to condominium associations and unit owners throughout Massachusetts. Condos and HOAs have very complex and specific tax rules, and we make sure you are fully compliant with them and understand all your options and requirements.
As members of the Community Associations Institute (CAI), we have the expertise and experience required to support your association’s needs. No account is too large or too small. We are proud to assist condominiums with a handful of owners, as well as some of the area’s biggest associations. Contact us today and request a free consultation.
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