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Chad Bullard
Director (CPA)
Atlanta, GA

Chad is a Director with the firm's Insurance Services Group and based in the Atlanta office. Chad brings 21 years of tax experience to the firm with a substantial amount of his career in the insurance industry. Chad has extensive experience with financial statement reporting under ASC 740 and SSAP 101, tax compliance matters, reinsurance transactions, IRS and SALT exams, acquisition due-diligence and various tax issues affecting property and casualty and life insurance companies.

Prior to joining Dixon Hughes Goodman, Chad worked at an international insurance company where he focused on property and casualty, life, health, reinsurance and captive insurance companies. Chad was responsible for tax planning, compliance, financial statement reporting and audit defense.

Professional Organizations
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants (GSCPA)
  • Certified Public Accountant - GA - CPA016647

  • Masters, Taxation - General
    University of Georgia
  • Bachelors, Accounting
    Bradley University
Industry Focus
  • Insurance
Service Areas
  • Federal Corporate Tax
  • Tax
  • Tax Accounting

Industry Issues

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Alerts, News
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Case Studies
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