Chapter Announcements

Archive of Past 100 Chapter Announcements

  • 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 - - > https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_JaGG2rtESYua4MdoKKsu0w
  • 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 - - > https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IDF-AWEDS6GcPfBNTmgJ7w Our Presenters are: Jim McGettigan: Managing Director, CBIZ & Mayer Hoffman McCann, Plymouth Meeting, PA and Mike Viens: Director, Kriescher Miller, Horsham, PA
  • 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 https://www.nj.gov/governor/news/news/562020/20201028a.shtml  The link to the Executive Order is https://nj.gov/infobank/eo/056murphy/pdf/EO-192.pdf
  • 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!
  • 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.
  • 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.