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The Valley of the Sun Chapter of Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) is a broad based organization of professionals committed to serving the construction industry.

We are dedicated to member service by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and a source of educational programs directed to their specific needs.
We strive to invest in our community through involvement in industry related issues and charitable endeavors.

Welcome New Members

Abel Hegyes, TAG Employer Services

Heather Fletcher, A.R. Mays Construction, Inc.

Timothy J. Lutz, Timothy Lutz CPA/Business Advisor

Amanda Butzke, SDB Contracting Services

Randall A Rafidi, GCON Inc.

Michelle Grider, Textura

Jeff Johnson, Trafficade

Billy J. Friesen, Commonwealth Electric Co of the Midwest

Lee Lee Hulston, Digitek Solutions

Jeffrey Nesbitt, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP

Dow Livingston, Industrial Power Solutions, LLC

Jill Maly, MFRG-ICON Construction

Jacqueline Samuel, Sprowls and Company, PC

Joseph Palitto, Sprowls and Company, PC

Kathleen Raby, Sprowls and Company, PC

Rick J. Kratz, Redden Construction, Inc.

John Armstrong, BMO Harris Bank

Rebecca Lauterbach, Icon Builders

Janell Wilmers, MFRG-ICON Construction

Matthew Swinford, Bunger Steel

Brian R. Youngs, American Fire Equipment Sales and Service

Sierra Singleton, Jokake Construction Services

Victor R. Pereboom, Victor R. Pereboom, CPA, PC

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  • Jokake is similar to Mr. Frost, no new Coke formula for us, we're Classic Coke all the way. Sage 300RE (artist formerly known as Timberline) for our ERP system. To process AR we utilize the Sage 300 contracts and billing modules. Contracts are entered ...

  • Hello Greg - here are responses for M3 Companies 1 - Manual process up to the point of entry into Timberline (aka Sage 300 CRE - we refuse to drink the new Coke around here) 2 - n/a 3 - 1.5 AP, as land developers we don't have an AR staff 4 - ask again ...

  • ​ Any help that you can provide on the below questions would be appreciated!  I would like to survey our contractor message board participants: What technology or systems do you leverage for handling accounts payable?    If you utilize separate ...

  • Agreed, Lynn! I spoke to Lisa yesterday and after she had conversations with several CFMA folks, the consensus was unanimous that DOR would consider these construction receipts and taxable. Your idea of having the owner pull permits and pay direct will ...