Assessment Payment Notice

FROM KIM JUDA, President and Managing Partner
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE
NOTICE TO OWNERS WHO CURRENTLY PAY THEIR MAINTENANCE WITH THEIR PERSONAL CHECKS AND ARE MAILING IN THEIR PAYMENTS

In direct response to the threats of this pandemic, to better service our Associations in midst of theses troubling times, Carol Eskew and I have decided to bear a portion of the processing costs for the owners by reducing our on-line e-check current fee of $10. Therefore, until further notice, JUDA ESKEW is reducing the on-line e-check payment option convenience fee from $10 to $5. We hope this will provide the owners a more affordable, easier option to make their payments using their checking accounts.

To pay on-line with e-check (a convenience fee will apply at $5) go to www.homeownercpa.solutions and login (if you have previously set up your account) or setup your account under Owner Login.

In addition, as a reminder for no cost, you can set up your account on EFT, to be paid automatically. There is a form to use included in your coupon books or you can request a form by calling 954 577-9848
or email customerservice@homeownercpa.solutions

Additional information in reference to Juda Eskew policies as working through the pandemic is posted on our website www.homeownercpa.solutions, and will be periodically updated as we monitor the situation.

Juda, Eskew & Associates and staff are hoping all of you remain safe and remain in support of your Community.

CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS

March 16, 2020

FROM KIM JUDA, President and Managing Partner

We hope you and your loved ones are safe as the COVID-19 situation is escalating. Here at Juda, Eskew as always, the safety of our clients and employees has been and will always be our first priority. As a critical part of the successful operation of your Association, we understand that limiting any impact this heath event could have on our service to our Associations is imperative. We are focused on providing a safe work environment and to sustaining our business operation to remain functional.

In direct response to the threats of this pandemic, we have given careful consideration and modified our Business Resiliency Plan to allow for continued operations. We are also working closely with the banks to allow for their continued support.

As of now, our office remains open for regular business hours, with heightened monitoring and precautions for all our employees and clients. Our employees have been supplied and instructed to follow an enhanced safety protocol of increased handwashing, use of protective gloves and ongoing sanitation of surfaces, minimal physical contact and staying home if they feel unwell.

In addition, we have hired Servpro of Ft Lauderdale South to professionally sanitize our office after hours 3 days a week.

Until further notice, we are cancelling any meetings to be held in our office and no one from our office will be attending any meetings or visiting clients outside the office.

Furthermore, we are implementing a social spacing policy and will not be allowing homeowners to enter our office to make their payments, or others to enter for deliveries. We will have a box outside of the main entrance which they may use to drop off their payments or deliveries. In addition, we will not be personally reviewing anyone’s account with them. Any deliveries are to be pre-arranged, whereby any packages will be exchanged outside of the office. If a homeowner needs assistance, they can call customer service 954 577-9848 or email customerservice@homeownercpa.solutions. There will be a sign on the door indicating this.

For the time being, our courier service will continue. The courier has been provided protective gloves to be used for all deliveries.

In addition, in the event we are required to close the office, we are prepared to operate remotely. We have proactively increased our resources to enable our critical employees to work remotely indefinitely in the event we cannot work from our Plantation headquarters.

We will continue to monitor the information provided by the CDC and update as needed. Updates will be posted on our website www.homeownercpa.solutions.

Juda, Eskew is committed to providing unwavering support to our Associations and will use every effort to deliver uninterrupted essential services.

 


March 19, 2020  Assessment Payment Notice

FROM KIM JUDA, President and Managing Partner

NOTICE TO OWNERS WHO CURRENTLY PAY THEIR MAINTENANCE WITH THEIR PERSONAL CHECKS AND ARE MAILING IN THEIR PAYMENTS

In direct response to the threats of this pandemic, to better service our Associations in midst of theses troubling times, Carol Eskew and I have decided to bear a portion of the processing costs for the owners by reducing our on-line e-check current fee of $10. Therefore, until further notice, JUDA ESKEW is reducing the on-line e-check payment option convenience fee from $10 to $5. We hope this will provide the owners a more affordable, easier option to make their payments using their checking accounts.

To pay on-line with e-check (a convenience fee will apply at $5) go to www.homeownercpa.solutions and login (if you have previously set up your account) or setup your account under Owner Login.

In addition, as a reminder for no cost, you can set up your account on EFT, to be paid automatically. There is a form to use included in your coupon books or you can request a form by calling 954 577-9848
or email customerservice@homeownercpa.solutions

Additional information in reference to Juda Eskew policies as working through the pandemic is posted on our website www.homeownercpa.solutions, and will be periodically updated as we monitor the situation.

Juda, Eskew & Associates and staff are hoping all of you remain safe and remain in support of your Community.

Juda, Eskew and Associates, P.A. Staff Selected for FICPA’S Emerging Leaders Program

A highly-selective, experiential career development program for Florida’s best and brightest young CPAs

 

The Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) announced that Travis Ouimet has been accepted into the 2019-2020 Class of its Emerging Leaders Program.​  ​Travis is among 27 individuals in this year’s class, representing the rising stars within the Florida accounting community.

FICPA’s annual program is designed to strengthen and amplify the leadership skills of FICPA’s Young CPA members, build a peer group network of talented and motivated CPAs, and develop the future influencers of the profession. Program events will be held across the state in Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando, Ft. Lauderdale, and Miami. Participants will engage locally with​ ​thought leaders from the accounting profession, local and state elected officials, community not-for-profit champions, and leadership development experts.

The Emerging Leaders Program creates an environment in which young CPAs are able to engage in a dialogue about statewide and national issues impacting the profession, establish strong professional relationships, and be inspired to take the next step forward as leaders. Following the program, all of the participants’ efforts will culminate at the Emerging Leaders Summit, taking place this winter.

For more information about the FICPA’s Emerging Leaders Program, visit emerging.ficpa.org and follow #ficpaEL

 

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The Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants is the premier professional organization representing Florida’s Certified Public Accountants in the state. In addition to serving the diverse needs of its membership, its mission is to enhance its members’ competency and professionalism; support professional standards; and advocate on behalf of the profession. www.ficpa.org 

Announcement: Join Kim Juda and Mike Marcusky at this years Common Interest Realty Association Conference

Kim Juda and Mike Marcusky will moderate an interactive session at this years “Common Interest Realty Association Conference”.  The topic will be Social Clubs, their structure and tax implications.  The conference will take place November 5th and 6th, 2015 in Fort Lauderdale.

To find out more information please visit Ficpa.com

Announcement: Carol Eskew will present at the FICPA’s 2015 30th Annual Accounting Show

Carol Eskew will present at the FICPA’s 2015 30th Annual Accounting Show a session on Updates and Issues related to Common Interest Realty Associations.
The accounting show is September 16th thru 18th, 2015 at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center.

Announcement: Kim Juda to serve on Advisory Board at Broward College

We are please to announce that Kim Juda has been selected to serve on the Broward College Business Department’s (Accounting, Marketing and Office Administration) Advisory Board as a Business Partner. The purpose of an advisory committee is to provide assurance, through technical assistance and resources, that an occupational training program curriculum meets the needs of
business, industry, labor, the professions, technical trades, or the community it is designed to serve. The advisory committee also ensures that the occupational training program graduates are capable of performing entry-level skills in the occupation in which they are trained. An advisory committee is a group of employers and employees, from outside the field of education, providing guidance and direction to educators on the design, development, implementation, evaluation, maintenance, and revision of career and technical education programs. Successful advisory committees focus on innovative, quality programs. Because representatives on the committee have first-hand information concerning current business trends, technological demands, and realistic job requirements, their participation on the committee helps strengthen communication between education and the world of work.
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Announcement: Carol Eskew Elected to Board of Directors for Broward Coalition

We are please to announce that Carol Eskew has been appointed as a Board of Director, Assistant to the treasurer, to The Broward Coalition of Condominium, Homeowners Associations and Community Organizations, Inc. The Broward Coalition maintains a coordinated, focused, approach to condominium and homeowner association matters. This affords all members the opportunity to share information, improve association law, and achieve peace of mind. The Coalition, including association boards, residents and business partners, has built, and continues to expand, a community network more than several thousand members strong.
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