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Our Mission is to provide value to our members and community by:

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.

Upcoming Chapter Events

Welcome New Members

Samantha Koslovich, GCON, Inc.

Andrea Jones, Western Building Group, LLC

Malynda Dickinson, CPA, MFRG-ICON Construction

Carol Kim, Kortman Electric, Inc.

Antonio Cortes, Wood Patel

Daisy Alvarez, CCIFP, Sharp Construction

Jesse Coulter, CPA, Kimberlin Company, PLLC

Lars Labere, United Fire Group

Bryce Roberts, Discovery Builders, LLC

Brittany Smith, DBM Global

Micah Galindo, T.R. Orr, Inc. 

Tiffany Kaye DeMarco, Discovery Builders, LLC (Maui Entity)

Celina Morris, CGFM, CIC, CRM, KOMAN Holdings, LLC

Cristian Diaz, Discovery Builders, LLC

Dominique Walker, Discovery Builders, LLC

Joaquin Zendejas, BBVA

Taylor Joseph Wilstead, Bonding Solutions, LLC

David Eliassen, Zurich Safety

Sara Circosta, Wipfli

Ellen Wodiuk, CBA, CBF, CCE, ICCE,  The Law Offices of Mark A Kirkorsky

Donald Fechter, Cambridge Benefit Solutions

Rebecca Keenan, Rural Electric, Inc.

Trisha Dykstra, DSI

Lisa Pavelka, CEO Solutions Partners

Todd Smith, CPA, CBIZ

Anneliese Pesch, Katerra Construction, LLC

Joshua Wilson, Commerce Bank

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    RE: Indirect Accounts

    We use Direct for most and cost them to a job. And our G&A are generally used for any expense that the business would have if you never had a job items such as Rent, Utilities, Admin Labor, etc. Carrie Stone, Vice-President of Finance ...

  • I think it is generally considered more ideal to direct cost every job cost if possible; indirect costs are the result of either the inability to determine an appropriate job for a cost or a poor cost/benefit analysis related to the effort required to ...

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    RE: Indirect Accounts

    Ask 10 contractors and you will get 10 different answers to the question of how they handle indirect costs. Short answer to your question is that indirect costs are common. My firm does have indirect costs that are not fully allocated to projects. One ...