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Timothy Cummins

Partner, Construction & Real Estate Services Group

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Timothy Cummins leads Aronson’s Construction and Real Estate Services Group. He joined the firm in 1982 and has spent over 30 years in the industry. Tim's clients include construction professionals, including general contractors and subcontractors, real estate developers, and property owners.

Tim specializes in general accounting, tax, litigation support, strategic planning, and business consulting services. As an expert in the field, he has made various presentations to local and national construction trade associations on accounting, tax, and management issues. Tim has also provided numerous articles for national construction industry publications on issues affecting the industry and is a contributing author of Aronson’s Construction & Real Estate Report blog for construction contractors and specialty subcontractors. He is also the author of the Treasury Management and Management Reporting chapters of the Construction Controller's Manual.

Tim is an active member of the Construction Financial Management Association, Associated Builders and Contractors of Metro Washington, Associated General Contractors, and National Utility Contractors Association of D.C.  He currently serves as a member of the Aronson LLC Board of Directors. Tim earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Maryland.

Education: 
  • Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, University of Maryland
Expertise: 
  • General assurance, tax services for construction companies
Affiliations: 
  • Member, AICPA
  • Member, MACPA
  • Member, Mid-Atlantic Surety Association
  • Member, Construction Financial Management Association
  • Executive Committee Member, Associated Builders and Contractors of Metro Washington
  • Member, DC Metropolitan Subcontractors Association
  • Board of Directors, Aronson LLC
  • Member, Associated General Contractors
  • Member, National Utility Contractors of DC
Publications: 
  • The Construction Controller's Manual, Treasury Management and Management Reporting chapters
  • "The Contractor" Newsletter

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