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Since 1952, through three generations of owners, Schulman CPA has provided objective insight and trustworthy advice to keep our clients’ businesses and personal finances on track-- especially through difficult economic times.

Located in Central Valley, NY, the heart of the Hudson Valley, clients rely on us to help mitigate and manage risk for their family business, assist them as they negotiate a lower bank rate, seamlessly manage business’ tax issues, and value assets fairly for the sale of the family business.

Servicing greater NY, NJ, and CT as well as CA and FL, we pride ourselves on protecting our clients’ taxpayer dollars, effortlessly answering regulatory and compliance questions, and formulating effective solutions to help you manage your business more profitably.
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We extend our heartiest congratulations to Prof. Eugene Fama, recipient of the 2013 Nobel Prize in economics.  Prof. Fama is the father of the efficient markets theory which is a major factor in our investment philosophy and strate
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