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On this new episode of Voices of CFMA Podcast, Lindsey Benson talks about her role at CBIZ MHM, what it's like to be a woman in construction, advice, and movies.
Indemnification: One of Three Legs Supporting the Contract Risk Management Stool
May 24, 2022
Indemnification clauses are central to your contract risk management. But even the best indemnity...
CFO Confidence Expands in Early 2023
Mar 14, 2023
There were no massive movements in CFMA’s CONFINDEX readings — and that is precisely what renders...
Chat with the Chair: Kevin Foley
Mar 20, 2023
CFMA's Chair Tom Borgia talks with Incoming Chair, Kevin Foley, CFO of Madison Construction Compa...
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How to Streamline Your Accounting Processes to Improve Your Overall Operations
Nov 01, 2022
The following content is sponsored by Eide Bailly. Having stagnant accounting processes is a sure...
Software as a Service Is Maturing to Better Serve Construction
Feb 13, 2023
Like most sweeping generalizations, “the construction industry is slow to adopt technology” can’t...
Clearing the Air on Alternative Energy Legislation
Feb 20, 2023
From the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act in late 2021 to the Inflation Reduction Act (the ...
Should we agree to a liquidated damages clause in our construction contract?
Mar 20, 2023
In this Hey CFMA! video, Ryan Hiss, Construction Lawyer, Laurie & Brennan LLP, breaks down the de...
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In order to maintain the Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP) credential, certificate holders are required to fulfill recertification requirements annually and triennially to show continued competence in construction financial management. Complete your recertification requirements online by March 31 to keep your certification in good standing!