Monthly Archives: February 2015

Things are starting to shake, rattle and roll at the Arizona Legislature!

Hello Cyber Followers! Our good news for this week is that SB1385 (Traffic Enforcement in Planned Communities) failed in the Senate on 2/23/15. As discussed previously on this Blog, SB1385 was problematic for many reasons so we are happy to … Continue reading

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Is an Association required to File State and Federal Taxes?

by Beth Mulcahy, Esq. Tax time is looming for all Arizonans and this is a commonly presented question for our firm at this time of the year… Yes, an association is required to file state and federal taxes on or … Continue reading

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The temperature is rising in the Legislature too…

Hello Cyber Followers! Things are starting to heat up at the Arizona Legislature. Our firm is currently watching ten bills that affect community associations. One notable bill that we are closely following pertains to parking violations in a planned community: … Continue reading

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The Superbowl did not slow down the legislature!

Hello Cyber Followers, I hope that everyone had a “SUPER” weekend! Congratulations to all New England Patriot fans! Despite all the Superbowl festivities in Arizona last week, the Arizona legislature was busy at work. As of 1:00 on Friday, January … Continue reading

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Is an Association Required to Have an Audit Done Every Year?

By Beth Mulcahy, Esq. It’s that time of the year again… Fiscal year 2014 has ended for most of our association clients and boards are now considering the next requirements with regard to the association’s 2014 financial books and records. … Continue reading

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