Chapter Announcements

  • DC Members Only National Conference Stipend

    $265 off Conference for DC Chapter Members Use code DC21 for $65 discount at registration.   Email your registration confirmation to CFMA.DC@GMAIL.COM to receive additional $200 stipend/refund directly from CFMA DC Conference Info Here
  • Webinar: Wealth Transfer Planning for a Construction Contractor

    Mark your calendar and register for South Jersey CFMA's next webinar on May 20th at 11AM. Wealth Transfer Planning for a Construction Contractor. A business is typically the most valuable asset in any business owner’s portfolio of investment assets. Like any other valuable asset, a business owner should take the appropriate steps to protect it. Register here - - >
  • April 20, 2021 Virtual Chapter Meeting Recording

    Our April virtual chapter meeting featured a summary of social security from Tim Shirk of Francis Investment Counsel. Please click here to watch the video recording. When prompted, please enter the following passcode: 14*q3=Ck
  • CFMA April Bottom Lines

    Click here to review the April Issue of Bottom Lines!
  • Chapter Members Honored on 40 under 40 List

    Congratulations to two of our members for being honored on CFMAs first-ever Top 40 under 40 List.  Sarah Vlasblom, CPA, CCIFP, Director of Operations – Audit, Beene Garter LLP Victor Sturgis, CPA, CCIFP, Tax Senior Manager/Racial Equity Fellow, Crowe LLP “As CFMA celebrates 40 years, we wanted to take this opportunity to recognize the best and the brightest from the next generation of construction financial management leaders. In February 2021, we asked members to submit nominations for amazing people under the age of 40 who are rising stars, positively impacting the construction industry and their companies. We received more than 115 submissions, which demonstrates the abundance of young talent within CFMA,” stated Samantha Lake, CFMA’s Vice President of Marketing. “Their diverse experiences and commitment to their work and the construction industry illustrates that our profession is in good hands and our future is bright with these professionals at the helm. Congratulations ...
  • April Newsletter

  • March Newsletter

  • CFMA March Bottom Lines

    Click here to catch up on the March Issue of CFMA's Bottom Lines E-newsletter!
  • March 9, 2021 Virtual Chapter Meeting Recording

    Our March virtual chapter meeting focused on Lessee Accounting for Leases Under ASC 842. Please click here to watch the video recording. If prompted, please enter the following passcode: gAS5x#+n
  • Spring News Letter

    Have you had a chance to read the CFMA Twin Cities latest news letter? If not click below to read it and stay up to date on what is happening here locally!!
  • 2020-2021 CFMA of Northeastern Wisconsin Calendar of Events

    Click here to view our chapter's most current calendar of events document.
  • Upcoming Wellness Webinar: HOW TO BREAK OUT OF THE FUNK Presented by Susan Stern, CPCC, PCC

    Wellness Webinar: HOW TO BREAK OUT OF THE FUNK Presented by Susan Stern, CPCC, PCC Date/Time: February 24, 2021 from 12-1pm (This course offers 1.0 CPE in the field of Personal Development) The final stretch of winter puts a strain on everyone's mental health, but this year is different. A pandemic, contentious election, civil unrest, and financial pressures have all taken their toll. Essential businesses have had to deal with multiple changes in standard operating procedures and restrictions to protect the safety and well-being of workers and customers for almost a year. This change has caused a complete disruption to the employee experience.   We can't control many of the current changes or how much work there is to do, but we can develop strategies and skills to be more resilient and resourceful in high-pressure times. This practical, highly interactive webinar will give you several helpful tools to apply for yourself, your team and your organization. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: After ...
  • CFMA February Bottom Lines

    Click here to see the February Issue of the CFMA Bottom Lines E-newsletter.
  • February 9, 2021 Virtual Chapter Meeting Recording

    Our February virtual chapter meeting featured an economic outlook from Michael Gregory of BMO. Please click here to watch the video recording. If prompted, please enter the following passcode: H=3mXKfS
  • February Newsletter

  • 5 CFMA Middle TN 2020 Scholarships Awarded

    The CFMA of Middle Tennessee was able to award 5 $2,000 scholarships in 2020. See our "Scholarship" tab to learn more about these bright students!
  • January Newsletter

  • January 12, 2021 Virtual Chapter Meeting Recording

    The Chapter's January virtual meeting focused on an HR panel discussion. Please click here to watch the video recording. If prompted, please enter the following passcode: YpH!Ei1n
  • Chapter Sponsors

    Pikes Peak Chapter of CFMA is offering members the opportunity to become a Chapter Sponsor, a marketing tool to interact with clients virtually and face to face, maintain a webpage presence, and further promote and grow your business.  If you would like to become a Pikes Peak Chapter of CFMA Chapter Sponsor, please contact Jennifer Mayeux, Pikes Peak Chapter Administrator at

  • 2020 Holiday Message from Chapter President

    Chapter President, Bill Reidinger shares a holiday message with a preview of 2021.
  • December Newsletter

  • CFMA December Bottom Lines

    Click here to see the December Issue of CFMA Bottom Lines E-newsletter.
  • December 8, 2020 Virtual Chapter Meeting Recording

    The Chapter's virtual December meeting focused on tax updates is available! Please click here to watch the video recording. If prompted, please enter the following passcode: T=@7AWH3.
  • CFMA November Bottom Lines

    Click here to view the November Issue of CFMA's Bottom Lines E-Newsletter.
  • Webinar: Accounting & Tax Update 12/3/2020

    December 3rd at 11:30 AM EST. CFMA South Jersey Webinar: Accounting and Tax Update. This session is anticipated to involve a lively discussion of the changing financial and tax landscape for construction companies. Click to register here - - > Our Presenters are: Jim McGettigan: Managing Director, CBIZ & Mayer Hoffman McCann, Plymouth Meeting, PA and Mike Viens: Director, Kriescher Miller, Horsham, PA
  • Members win $500 for renewing!

    The winners of the $500 gift cards are Phillip Vowell of Summit Industrial and Jamie Scheffe of BKD.
  • November 10, 2020 Virtual Chapter Meeting Recording

    Our November virtual chapter meeting recording is available! Please click here to watch the video on demand. If prompted, please enter the following passcode: 9aZ1U?RF. The panel discussion focused on the topic of subcontractor prequalification.
  • November Newsletter

  • Annual Scholarship Dinner Postponed!

    The scholarship dinner that was set for November 17, 2020 will be postponed until Spring 2021. Please watch the newsletter and association announcements for updates!
  • New Executive Order in NJ for Business and Office Practices

    There is a new Executive Order in NJ for business and office practices in response to the increase in COVID cases. This is effective on November 5th.The link to the governor’s office news update is  The link to the Executive Order is
  • Save the Date: December 3rd Webinar

    Please mark your calendar and save the date for our next webinar: Accounting & Tax Updates on December 3rd. More details to follow!
  • October Newsletter

  • Comdata - CFO's Guide to Digitizing B2B Payments

    The CFO’s Guide To Digitizing B2B Payments series examines how financial departments are moving towards more modern payment tools. Click here for August; Click here for August/September; Click here for September; and Click here for October/November.
  • October 13, 2020 Virtual Chapter Meeting Video

    If you couldn't join us for our October virtual chapter meeting, please click here to watch the video on demand. If prompted, please enter the following passcode: ZQ9!FUTl The presentation topic was email compromise, and the featured speaker was David Anderson, Principal Information Security, at CLA.
  • Welcome to Simon Poole

    On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Honolulu Chapter of CFMA, we would like to welcome our newest member of our chapter, Simon Poole of Goodfellow Bros LLC.  We all look forward to meeting you at one of of future events.
  • Controlled Insurance Programs The GOOD, the NOT SO GOOD, and the DOWNRIGHT UGLY!

    The Good, the Not So Good, and the Downright Ugly. What Contractors need to understand about the programs and how to protect themselves. There are many positive things about CIP’s that help contractors. However, there is a down side if a contractor is not aware of some of the consequences. This program will help contractors achieve the following objectives: 1. Know the ramifications of including / excluding insurance costs in bids both at the front end and back end of a job. 2. Understand what coverages are being provided and equally what is not being provided. 3. Understand the importance of developing a working relationship with the CIP administrator / broker in order to get access to information. 4. Know the person(s) at the broker and/or sponsor levels that is/are responsible for handling the claim in order to have a voice in the claims process.
  • Read the latest issue of Building Connections

    A video message from chapter President Bill Reidinger and updates on chapter events.
  • November 18th Meeting - Impact of COVID on Hiring and the Construction Workforce

    Panel Presentation: Danielle Shultz, MSi Consulting  Lane Hacker, Kaufman Lynn  More details to follow
  • Join Now and receive an extended Memberbship!

    Right now you can join CFMA and have your membership extend to March 31, 2022!
  • Advanced Ways to Measure Productivity Through Technology

    Advanced Ways to Measure Productivity Through Technology Panelists Scott Sherry | Chief Financial Officer | RCC Associates Rachel Rosenzweig | Controller | RCC Associates Jack Nix | Vice President of Operations | Shelby Erectors John Meibers | Vice President & General Manager | Deltek + ComputerEase Mike Balter | Regional Managing Partner | Marcum Register in advance for this meeting:
  • Banking Bonds and the Pandemic

    Sandi Benford, Vice President, Surety Philadelphia Insurance Companies   Brian Clay, Executive Vice President Commercial Banking Managing Director BankUnited, N.A. How the Pandemic has Impacted Bonding and Banking for Contractors Click here to register: 
  • September Newsletter

  • CFMA September Bottom Lines Issue

    Click here to view the September Issue of CFMA's Bottom Lines E-Newsletter.
  • Letter from the President

    Dear New Orleans Chapter Members, The New Orleans Chapter’s Board of Directors has been monitoring local developments and governmental responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. After cancelling a number of Chapter meetings in the spring, the BOD has decided to move forward with virtual meetings through November 2020. Our first virtual meeting will be held Wednesday, September 2, 2020 at 2pm as a Chapter Roundtable to discuss best practices operating in the current environment, challenges and opportunities arising in our new environment, and government programs. We hope our members can attend to reconnect in the midst of the pandemic and hear from our Chapter panel about best practices in navigating these unique times. The Chapter will not offer CPE for August’s meeting; however, we plan to offer CPE for the other fall meetings. We will not charge New Orleans Chapter members to attend these sessions and the Chapter will pay fees associated with CPE documentation. The BOD thinks this is a ...
  • Meet our 2020 Scholarship Recipients!

    Since 1999 the Portland Chapter of CFMA has provided scholarships to students wishing to pursue an advanced degree. We are excited to announce our 2020 CFMA Scholarship Recipients! Emily Van Orden graduated from Washougal High School and is working on her Associates of Arts degree from Clark College. In the fall she will begin her Freshman year at the University of Portland and will major in Biology. In addition to her studies, Emily is a summer camp counselor.   Aidan Whitlow graduated from Tigard High School and will be starting his Freshman year at Oregon Institute of Technology and will major in Mechanical Engineering. Aidan is active in robotics and band as well as working at Hunter-Davisson, Inc. during the summers.  Drew Knox is beginning his Sophomore year at Corban University majoring in Accounting. Drew also works for his family's construction company and is also an accomplished artist. The CFMA Portland Chapter would like to thank all of our ...
  • PPP Loan Forgiveness and Tax Considerations for the Construction Industry

    Join Withum and CFMA South Jersey Chapter for the latest update on PPP loan forgiveness for the construction industry on August 26th at 1PM.
  • August Newsletter

  • August 2020 CFMA COVID-19 Resource Center Additions

    CFMA has compiled a variety of resources to help CFMs understand how COVID-19 will impact their organizations and steps they can take to navigate this pandemic. Click here to read these updates.