Can a nonprofit owners association own a profit entity?

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Your association tax attorney and association-savvy attorney can help you answer your question. It may depend on where you earn your profits.

If, for example, the association owned a club house and pool, and rented it -- for a profit -- there would be issues to be considered.

If, as another example, the association wanted to purchase the coffee cart on the corner, that would have an entirely separate set of connotations.
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