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April, 2016

Imposing Term Limits on the Board of Directors of a Condominium Association

April 29th, 2016

Posted in Condominium & Homeowner Association Law

The question of whether a condominium association may impose term limits on elected members of the board of directors is a topic of frequent discussion.  Section 718.112 of the Florida Statutes was recently amended and implicitly grants Florida condominium associations the power to impose term limits on members of the board of directors.
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Compensation for Association Directors and Officers May be Provided in Governing Documents

April 15th, 2016

Posted in Condominium & Homeowner Association Law

Serving the association as a director or officer can sometimes require a great deal of time and energy by the director or officer, and associations often face the question of whether directors or officers should be compensated for their services.  Alternatively, some associations find it difficult to fill positions due to the lack of interest in serving on the board of directors or as an officer, and consider some sort of compensation that would incentivize owners to become involved in the community.
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Important Deadlines for Taxpayers in 2016

April 1st, 2016

Posted in IRS & Tax Information

Calendaring important IRS and tax authority deadlines can save you a lot of headaches at tax time.  To avoid paying penalties and other tax consequences, keep a calendar and plan for tax deadlines with your Accountant, CPA, Enrolled Agent, or Tax Attorney.  Jackson Law Group has tax attorneys that can assist you with IRS or other tax problems.  The below items are a few examples of important dates that may vary based on individual circumstances:
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