|Paying coho members for professional services||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Diana Fox (dianafox99gmail.com)|
|Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2011 16:24:08 -0800 (PST)|
The Durham Central Park Cohousing Community is currently working with our architects to design our 24-unit, urban cohousing condominium. We plan on beginning construction in September 2012. Some of our coho members who provide professional services for a living (attorney, accountant, etc.) would like to be paid for the time they spend working for the community. Others think this is unfair since they do community work for free doing things they are paid for outside of the community. We'd like to hear how other communities have handled paying members for services. Do you allow it at all? If you do, has it caused problems? Does the community get a discount rate? Do you require itemized invoices for services rendered or allow a more casual accounting of time? And finally, do you allow folks that have been working for free to collect after the fact for work they did as a volunteer? Thanks in advance for any experiences you can share! Diana Fox Durham Central Park Cohousing Community Durham, NC www.durhamcoho.com "Only 4 units left!"
Paying coho members for professional services Diana Fox, December 12 2011
- Re: Paying coho members for professional services Sharon Villines, December 13 2011
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