KatzAbosch is very pleased to announce that Tim Ward, CPA, CGMA, MSF has joined the firm as Shareholder. Tim will provide a specialized range of tax and consulting services to the firm’s niche industry markets. Tim specializes in providing assurance, tax and business advisory services to clients in the government contracting, construction & real estate and technology industries. Tim has assisted clients with banking and surety financing issues as well as profit and operational improvement. Tim has helped clients implement employee incentive plans and business succession plans. He will be a key member of KatzAbosch industry practice groups and is active in many industry-related associations.
Tim brings extensive leadership expertise having previously served in both a CFO role and for regional and international accounting firms. He earned his Bachelors in Accounting from Virginia Tech, his Masters in Finance from Loyola University of Maryland and a Contracting with the Federal Government Certificate Program in Government Contracting from George Mason University. Tim serves on the Board of Directors as Treasurer of the Exit Planning Exchange (XPX) Maryland and on the Meade Business Connect Committee at Fort Meade Alliance. He is a Past Treasurer and Board Member with Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), Chesapeake Chapter. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants (MACPA), Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA), American Subcontractors Association (ASA) of Baltimore, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), Chesapeake Regional Tech Council (CRTC), and Howard Technology Council (HTC).
“Tim brings with him a wealth of expertise and insight into common and complex business issues. His involvement in the community paired with his innate ability to create and build relationships with his clients brings an extraordinary set of skills to our team. We are very excited to have him on board,” said KatzAbosch CEO, Mark Cissell.