Technology Services

The Bulloch, DuPertuis, Schulman, Seger & Co. approach to consulting is a unique, strategic advantage. It’s a customized partnership between your decision makers and our consulting experts; a trusted, visionary process built on years of experience working closely with entrepreneurs and business owners.

The objective of our proactive, innovative solutions is to impact:

  • Cash flow
  • Quality of life
  • Long-term financial security

Developing your vision.

We understand it takes more than dreams and desires to succeed, true victory and success starts with a detailed plan. That’s why we’ll use our unique knowledge base–a one-of-a-kind, strategically developed perspective on consulting–to help you identify your professional vision.

Building your dreams on values.

Your business is unique, and your values are important. Our professionals will pay special attention to what’s important to you and what you wish to accomplish–then provide detailed instructions on how to achieve your goals.

You can trust Bulloch, DuPertuis, Schulman, Seger & Co. to be there every step of the way — always your partner in success.

  • Howard Schulman

    Howard has over 40 years of experience as a CPA settling tax controversies as well as mortgage company audits. He appears as a regular on the Wall Street Shuffle giving advice on tax .

    Bryan D. Bulloch

    Bryan has more than 16 years of financial management experience from controller to CFO to CPA–6 years as a tax executive in public companies.

    John Dupertuis

    John oversees all compilation, review and audit engagements. He has a B.B.A. in Accounting and has over 19 years experience in the accounting field.

    Gary J. Seger

    Gary has nearly two decades of experience–serving as CFO of various companies over that last 10 years. Gary has a wealth of experience working in the Healthcare industry.

    Bryan Godley

    Bryan has 15 years of Tax and Accounting experience–most of which has been spent in public accounting. He has worked in a variety of small to large accounting firms.