Scott has over 20 years of experience providing accounting and tax advisory to individuals, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations. He has worked with a broad range of industries, including government contracting, real-estate and construction, pharmaceutical and biotech, and technology. Being well-versed in both accounting and tax matters, Scott analyzes the big picture for his clients and provides actionable advice to help them achieve their financial goals. Johanna has extensive experience in preparing financial statements in accordance with current standards. Her expertise is also in preparing tax returns, review and compilation procedures for construction contractors, subcontractors, home builders and physicians. She regularly consults with clients regarding accounting assistance, implementation of general accounting principals, and improving internal control processes.
- Monica joined the YHB in 2022 from the Glass Jacobson team, where she worked for four years.
- As nationally respected experts in construction and real estate accounting, VonLehman’s Construction & Real Estate Group is uniquely positioned to help contractors and real estate professionals run more profitable businesses.
- Aiding a contractor client in claim negotiations resulting in more than $1M of additional revenue.
- He was published in the national construction magazine “Breaking Ground” as a subject matter expert on Financial Perspective in an article titled “Give Your Workforce the Financial Tools to Manage a Successful Project” in 2019.
- Today’s construction accounting professionals are involved in every aspect of financial and operations management.
The success Factors were special financial goals or achievements that, when met, triggered a special incentive. All Success Factors were created with input from the employees and meeting the factors were in the employee’s construction bookkeeping control. By building the program into the company’s financial statement, the new president could easily see not only the incentives but the effect the incentives had on the company’s success and growth.
John C. Hash, CPA
Are you preparing to become a Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional ? Find out what every CCIFP needs to know so you can determine how you measure up before you sit for the industry exam. Providing compliance services and advanced tax strategies unique to the construction industry. He also incorporated current hot topics in the construction industry into the conversation. He shared how contractors can recognize the benefits of proactive exploration of discussed topics.
Construction has complex revenue recognition rules and job cost accounting methods. Many firms have construction clients, but they have not dedicated the resources necessary to make construction a major practice area. The firms with CCIFP public accounting certification for the construction industry have demonstrated commitment to the industry and proficiency in all areas of construction financial management. With twelve CCIFP certified professionals, Brown Edwards is among the top ten firms in the country regarding CCIFPs on staff. Sturm joins an exclusive group of over 1,150 professionals nationwide who have met the rigorous standards of the CCIFP designation in the practice of construction financial management.
CPA, CCIFP®, Partner
He has worked in public accounting his entire career at firms serving the Washington DC and Richmond metropolitan areas. His experience includes working with closely held businesses and organizations in a variety of industries including real estate and construction, transportation, nonprofit, and manufacturing. His experiences in these industries include working with businesses of all sizes in both the assurance and tax fields. Theresa has extensive knowledge and a proven track record of consistently and effectively delivering accounting services focused on enhancing the clients’ profitability and sustainability. She works with a variety of clients in various industries in preparing financial statements in accordance with current standards, performing audits, review and compilation procedures, and preparing tax returns.
It requires the assistance of professionals who know the industry and can help you operate more efficiently and successfully. Comparing company performance to the industry averages to identify opportunities to improve financial performance. Stiffler joins an exclusive group of over 1,150 professionals nationwide to receive coveted industry designation.
Beyond Experience, Personal Chemistry is Vital
The conference is explicitly organized for financial professionals in the construction industry, with a vision for them to interact with and address situations uncommon to the industry. Lynn has extensive experience in providing a full range of tax services in compliance with laws and regulations. She performs innovative income tax planning, complex tax return preparation and review for individuals, corporations, partnerships and trusts. In addition to his expertise in audit and accounting, Tristan has experience working with companies that have difficult revenue recognition policies, unusual/exotic equity structures and stock/performance based compensation arrangements. You work hard and deserve working with professionals with the skills and knowledge to help you grow confidently.
He has a proven record of accomplishment, experience, and success, and is now counted among the most highly qualified construction financial professionals in the industry. Allen joins an exclusive group of over 1,150 professionals nationwide who have met the rigorous standards of the CCIFP designation in the practice of construction financial management. Clayton has a proven record of accomplishment, experience, and success and is now counted among the most highly-qualified construction financial professionals in the industry. He joins an exclusive group of over 1,150 professionals nationwide who have met the rigorous standards of the CCIFP designation in the practice of construction financial management. Kevin is highly experienced in delivering a broad range of accounting and business advisory services, including tax planning and filing, audits, succession planning, and profit improvement consulting.
We Understand the Construction & Real Estate Industries
The CCIFP designation raises the standards for construction financial professionals by giving special recognition to those who demonstrate skill and proficiency in their field. To attain the certification, an applicant must serve in a professional financial role for a construction contractor or an accounting and/or financial service provider to the industry and pass a comprehensive exam. The CCIFP exam covers accounting and reporting, income recognition, budgeting and planning, risk management, taxes, human resources, legal issues and information technology. In addition, certified professionals must complete continuing education requirements. The CCIFP is the only standard to recognize those financial professionals with a superior understanding of the construction industry’s financial opportunities and challenges. The ICCFP is a not-for-profit corporation established to promote the highest standards of construction financial management through the credentialing of construction financial professionals.