Let’s face it.  A disconnect exists between Project Managers and Accountants.  While PM’s understand project management, oftentimes they do not have an extensive knowledge of accounting and how their job cost decisions impact the Company’s financial statements.  On the other hand, Accountants rarely have the necessary project management expertise to keep a project going.

Experience has shown that even the best job cost systems still require cooperation between accounting and project management.  Poor communication produces potentially inaccurate financial reporting.

This seminar seeks to “Bridge the Gap” between accounting and project management by accomplishing the following objectives:

  • Teach project managers how to read a contractors financial statement
  • Explain the role project managers play in financial reporting
  • Provide real life examples of how project manager behavior affects financial reporting

Join us as we welcome Steve Kirschner who will explain the important role that Project Managers play in financial reporting and how their decisions can dramatically impact the Company’s financial statements.



Steve Kirschner

Kirschner & Associates P.C. – Georgia



June 15, 2017

Registration and Breakfast 7:30am

Session 8am-12pm


Renaissance Philadelphia Airport Hotel 

500 Stevens Drive

Philadelphia, PA 19113




First Registrant $75

Any additional attendee $50 – this is the perfect event to bring your PM and accounting team to!

(must be registered at the same time)


Attendees qualify for 4 hours of CPE credits, Specialized Knowledge (PA) and Accounting (NJ)

This is a Group-Live Course at the Basic Level. No prerequisites or advanced preparation is required.

Registration Deadline – June 13, 2017.


CFMA Philadelphia Program Registration and Cancellation Policy: Registration fees are due in advance of the event. To cancel a registration prior to the event, please contact Andrea Bower, at CFMAPhiladelphia@bowermanagementservices.com. Paid registrants who cancel at least 72 hours prior to the event will receive a full refund.