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What I’ve Learned in My Time Serving on My HOA Board

Posted by Chris Kelsey on Feb 21, 2018 12:00:00 AM

So far, I’ve been a member of my HOA board for 4 years. In that time, I’ve gained a new perspective on my community and the work it takes to maintain it. Prior to serving, I would be happy to pay my dues and let someone else take care of everything, and probably much more likely to have a negative view of the Board and of HOAs in general. I think if you live in an association, becoming involved on the Board or with some sub-committee is eye-opening in the way that working in a restaurant makes you a better customer. These are some of the lessons I’ve learned (I’m sure there are more to come):

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Topics: HOA Board, self managed HOA, quickbooks, Community

Don't Wait, Start Planning for Software in the New Year Now!

Posted by Sarah Sukta on Nov 29, 2017 8:30:00 AM

Hard to believe, but we are hurdling toward holiday season and will soon be arrive at 2018, armed with New Year’s resolutions that we may or may not keep. Some resolutions can’t wait until after the holidays, though. Now is the time for small businesses to begin the year-end accounting crunch and make budgets and projections for the New Year. If you are planning on changing software, getting started now will give you enough lead time to ensure everything is set up and ready to go on January 1. In this end-of-year process, let’s consider the adoption of new software, namely eUnify software, in terms of how it might fit in your budget, improve your operation, and adapt to your business, helping you meet your goals for 2018.

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Topics: eUnify, Jenark, C3, Sage, TOPS, Software, quickbooks, Mobile App, VMS

Don't Wait, Start Planning Now for Software in the New Year

Posted by Chris Kelsey on Nov 16, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Hard to believe, but we are hurdling toward holiday season and will soon be arrive at 2017, armed with New Year’s resolutions that we may or may not keep. Some resolutions can’t wait until after the holidays, though. Now is the time for small businesses to begin the year-end accounting crunch and make budgets and projections for the New Year. If you are planning on changing software, getting started now will give you enough lead time to ensure everything is set up and ready to go on January 1. In this end-of-year process, let’s consider the adoption of new software, namely eUnify software, in terms of how it might fit in your budget, improve your operation, and adapt to your business, helping you meet your goals for 2017.

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Topics: eUnify, Jenark, C3, Sage, TOPS, Software, quickbooks, Mobile App

Get More from QuickBooks

Posted by Chris Kelsey on Jun 15, 2016 7:30:00 AM

eUnify integration with QuickBooks empowers small business owners with technology used by large companies.  Mom and Pop property managers and newcomers to the industry can take full advantage of the same full-fledged operations platform and resident portals used by the big fish in the HOA pond.  Industry-specific accounting titles are great, but if your budget limits exploring those options, or if you simply have found your stride using QuickBooks or Sage, you will find that these two actually scale pretty easily as your business grows.  Plugging eUnify into QuickBooks will energize your whole operation with powerful management technology.

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Topics: Software, Property Management, quickbooks

QuickBooks Integration with eUnify is Quick and Easy

Posted by Sarah Sukta on Apr 13, 2016 7:30:00 AM

When it comes to HOA accounting for self-managed HOAs or small/medium property management companies, often QuickBooks offer more than enough functionality for the job. QuickBooks Online integration it has with eUnify products is quick and easy. These are some of the benefits of implementing QB Online:
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Topics: Accounting Integration, self managed HOA, hoa accounting, quickbooks

Now We’re Talking – HOA Accounting Integration with eUnify

Posted by Sarah Sukta on Feb 10, 2016 7:30:00 AM

Finding new property management software can be challenging, you want to make sure that the new software will be able to integrate with platforms you are currently using. Integration saves you time and the need for duplicate data entry, so confirming cross-platform compatibility is an important point in the shopping process. eUnify integrates with C3, Jenark, Quickbooks, Sage and TOPS. We developed proprietary integration in collaboration with these property management accounting titles to automate initial import of account data, and continued synchronization through nightly automatic processes.

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Topics: Software, Property Management, Accounting Integration, TOPS, quickbooks, Jenark, C3, Sage

Why You Should Put Your HOA Accounting in the Cloud

Posted by Chris Kelsey on Aug 19, 2015 7:30:00 AM

Cloud computing is no longer the future, it’s a convenient reality and if you’re not using cloud-based services for your HOA, you could be missing out on some valuable and handy features. Cloud-based software options are available for just about every function your HOA needs to accomplish, from accounting and online payments, to CC&R enforcement and communicating with residents. When it comes to HOA accounting for self-managed HOAs, often QuickBooks, or other titles geared toward small businesses, offer more than enough functionality for the job. Other titles might work just as well, but I will focus on QuickBooks Online for illustrative purposes because of my familiarity with it and the clean integration it has with eUnify products. These are some of the benefits of implementing QB Online:
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Topics: Accounting Integration, self managed HOA, hoa accounting, quickbooks

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