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Meet Our Firm
Goldman, Juda & Eskew, P.A. was established in 1984 and is a full service certified public accounting firm specializing in providing a full range of accounting, auditing and consulting services to condominium and homeowner associations clients throughout Florida. Our partners have collective experience of over 100 years.
We are currently engaged by over 300 associations in the tri-county area encompassing in excess of 60,000 homeowners. Our association clients range in size from 30 to 6,500 homes and/or condominiums. We are currently members of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) and the Community Associations Institute (CAI).
Our professional and support staff are trained to deal specifically with the requirements of Common Interest Realty Associations. In addition our software has been custom designed in order to comply with the unique accounting and financial reporting regulations of associations.
The strong majority of our client services are to provide associations full service monthly accounting where we convey an unparalleled level of monetary responsibility to your Association. We work under the direction of the Board of Directors but also work in conjunction with your Property Manager and/or Management Company. When you engage us along with a Management Company, it frees up your manager's time to manage the everyday tasks of the management and maintenance of your Association. It furthers strengthen your association’s internal quality controls by segregating the financial responsibilities. You do not have the same company determining how your money needs to be spent and being responsible for handling the accounting records.
We also provide yearend services for audits, reviews, compilations and tax return preparation. In addition, we are also available for specialized consulting services; association start-up; developer turnover; emergency recovery; insurance proceeds recovery; bank loan applications; Board elections; expert witness testimony; receiverships; litigation support; computer consulting and other agreed upon procedures that may be required.