|Re: allocation of common costs||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Anno Langen (annoweblogic.com)|
|Date: Mon, 3 Aug 1998 14:56:43 -0500|
At Berkeley Cohousing we track meals, office, guest room, laundry separately by use. The cost of water is allocated per person. Insurance and about 45% of replacement reserve contribution is allocated by square feet. All remaining common costs are allocated by household. I cant really justify it. It evolved that way. There may be tax implications for allocating by use. Anno -----Original Message----- From: Stephanie Fassnacht <fassnach [at] ssc.wisc.edu> Date: Friday, July 31, 1998 11:30 AM Subject: allocation of common costs > I know that this subject has been addressed before, but in looking >through several years of archives, I couldn't find it. So, I'm coming >to the list to ask for your advice. > Village Cohousing in Madison, WI is trying to come up with the best >way to allocate common operating expenses. The same scheme would >probably also be applied to common outlays of other sorts. > How have other groups allocated these costs? per household? adult? >square footage? number of bedrooms? What's worked and what hasn't? > > Many thanks, > >Stephanie Fassnacht > >
- allocation of common costs Stephanie Fassnacht, July 31 1998
- Re: allocation of common costs Judy Baxter, August 3 1998
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