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I've never been on a board that didn't have a financial review whenever one of the finance officers left. In this specific case, there should be Board minutes showing approval of previous years' financial statements. The review will probably start at the month following the last Board approval. As long as the treasurer has kept the bank statements, old checks (to show dual signatures), voucher approvals from the Board to show agreement with expenditures, and invoices to show the receipts from homeowners, the review should be easy. On the other hand, if the association was run without any checks or balances, and there are no records of expenditures and receipts, the review is long since overdue.

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