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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.

 

Chapter News

 
Congratulation to John Koscielniak, winner of our 1st "CFMA Must Be Present to Win drawing.

We had no winner at our October drawing so that means the next drawing (in January) will be for $50.

We will draw another name from the entire membership list at our January meeting.  If that person is present, they win.  If not, then the prize rolls over into the next drawing. 

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REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR OUR JANUARY MEETING.

Check your inbox for the email/registration link or click on the event in the right hand column on this page.

THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER HAS MOVED UP TO THE FRIDAY BEFORE THE EVENT.

 

 

 

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    RE: Fixed Asset Policy

    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?

  • I have done some research on past postings but have not come to any conclusions, so I am posting my own question hoping for some helpful responses. We are a Construction Management company with approximately 35 employees and $25M in sales. We are...