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As the source and resource of construction financial management in West Michigan, our Association unites individuals having financial responsibilities in the construction industry. We provide a forum through which the Association's members can meet to network and exchange ideas. We promote and encourage leadership within the construction industry, as well as our Association. We develop and coordinate educational programs dedicated to the purpose of improving the professional standards of the industry and enhancing the value of construction financial managers to their respective companies.

 

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Did you miss the suicide summit?
We're happy to tell you that Pine Rest Postema Center has a vimeo up that you can view.
Follow this link:
CFMA Suicide Summit vimeo 
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SAVE THE DATE: CCIFP Workshop

Thursday, September 28, 2017

7:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.

FireRock Grille / Stonewater Country Club

Fee: $100

- Prepare for the CCIFP certification exam

- Broaden your accounting team's industry knowledge

- Earn 8 CPE credits toward your license

 click here for more information

 

 

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  • Chapter members, Please share your interest level in low cost seminars on how to the following: User based training based on experience in Viewpoint Software: Accounting Refresher Creating Financial Statements Building Queries Mobile Technology ...

  • Thanks, I'll do that!

  • John - May I suggest you share this question on a bigger scale (sub-specialty or General Contractor community in the National Cafe?) They get much more activity than our chapter cafe does. You'll probably get a great number of responses there.

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    Fixed Asset Policy

    I am looking for help with a fixed asset policy. My company purchases small tools and there is always controversy over when to capitalize. Does anyone have something that has worked for them in this scenario. Maybe something you are willing to share?