There are contractors. There are accountants. But, construction financial professionals are a breed apart. For them, day-to-day accounting is only part of the job. From job cost control and the contract lifecycle to risk management and surety relationships, CFMA is the only organization dedicated to the specific needs of construction financial professionals and service providers.
The Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) is “The Source & Resource for Construction Financial Professionals” and the only nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the construction financial professional.
CFMA is a professional association, not a trade association. When you join CFMA your membership stays with you, even if you change employers. Even if your employer paid for your CFMA membership, you are the member, not the employer.
The Massachusetts Chapter Officers & Directors are local construction financial managers who have our interest in mind when hosting programs and seminars.
In order to become a member of the CFMA of Massachusetts Chapter, you must join CFMA at the national level.
CFMA National offices are headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey.
| Membership in the CFMA of Massachusetts Chapter Provides Many Benefits
Membership in the CFMA of Massachusetts Chapter Provides Many Benef
The Massachusetts Chapter was formed in 1988 and is one of 91 chapters throughout the U.S.
Massachusetts Chapter Web Site: http://www.mass.home.org
Local Networking: Gain access to a network of over 200 professionals from the top construction firms in the Massachusetts and New England area.
Education and CPE: There are generally 8 Monthly education meetings per year and a Social or Networking event. Meetings are held around the Boston area and are generally conducted at breakfast with an occassional dinner meeting. Earn your Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits
Local Industry: Stay on top of current local events affecting our industry
CFMA of Massachusetts meets monthly: CFMA of Massachusetts offers local workshops, seminars, and programs that complement the extensive member services provided by CFMA Headquarters in Princeton, NJ. http://www.cfma.org/
Local chapter meetings are usually on the second Tuesday of the month, September through May. On occassion, a meeting may be preceded by an afternoon seminar to cover more areas of a particular topic. Past discussions have covered subject matter in the areas of Financial Statement Analysis, Risk Management, Human Resources, Project Management, Strategic Planning, Information Management Systems, Legal and Safety.
The local chapter meeting archive provides the topics and locations of our past meetings.
| Membership in CFMA Provides Many Tools
Headquarters Web Site: http://www.cfma.org
Information Resources: Monthly "Building Profits" Magazine and The "Book" / " Financial Management and Accounting for the Construction Industry". Visit www.cfma.org to explore the wealth of resources provided to members
Industry Publications: Work smarter with useful newsletters and comprehensive magazine articles.
Educational Programs: Learn to be more efficient and profitable through CFMA’s premier educational events.
Professional Networking: Solve problems quickly with experienced input from the largest network of peer resources in construction accounting.
Online Services: Stay well informed on accounting, tax, and regulatory issues.
Career Tools: Prepare for the next step on the career ladder with professional certification and industry links.
| There are Two Types of CFMA Memberships
General Membership represents all types of contractors, including generals and subcontractors as well as developers, construction managers, architects, engineers, principals and material and equipment suppliers.
Associate Membership is open to all those serving the construction industry, such as lawyers, public accountants, bankers, sureties, insurance agents and carriers and other service providers.
You can join CFMA and Massachusetts Chapter at www.cfma.orgAt the bottom of the CFMA application is an option to join the local chapter. Select the Massachusetts Chapter and National will inform us that you have joined. If you have any questions about the Massachusetts Chapter, please don't hesitate to contact the Membership Chairperson, Bud Larosa, firstname.lastname@example.org or 781.935.5500. We hope to see you at a Chapter event soon.
Start the membership application process here.