Deborah Bukouricz

P: 920-455-4224


  • Small businesses
  • Accounting services
  • Business & tax planning & consulting
  • Payroll
  • Manufacturing, hospitality & retail and real estate & construction industries

Prior to joining Schenck in 1995, Debbie worked in the private sector as an accountant for five years. Debbie now works with a variety of closely-held businesses and individuals providing accounting, payroll, tax and business planning, and consulting services. She also has extensive experience with software such as QuickBooks and Sage 50. 

Debbie specializes in small businesses and has experience with retail, manufacturing, construction and retail clients. She is a member of Schenck’s Small Business team and co-leads the Hospitality & Retail industry team.


  • Helps companies become more efficient by streamlining processes using QuickBooks and Sage 50 software
  • Patiently guides small businesses through their financial information


Lakeland College, BA, Accounting

Professional memberships

  • Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Community involvement

  • Green Bay Chapter of SCORE®, Counselors to America’s Small Business
  • Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau, Board of Directors, Treasurer
  • Management Women, Inc., Board of Directors, Treasurer
  • Leadership Green Bay, Class of 2011 Graduate, Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce
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Watch out when calculating overtime wages for tipped employees

When tipped employees work overtime hours, your approach to calculating their pay is different than when you calculate the same for non-tipped employees. Watch for special considerations for those employees who may work in more than one position, too.

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Chip card compliance should be on your radar

The familiar swiping of the credit card may soon be a thing of the past. Credit card technology is changing, with enhanced security resulting in better protection for all of us. This change doesn’t just affect consumers, though. Business owners must be in compliance when customers come with new chip and PIN cards. Find out what you need to know to be ready for the transition.

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