John K. Dukes, Jr. has practiced public accounting for over forty years and has performed and reviewed audits of numerous nonprofit organizations, employee benefit plans, construction contractors, and manufacturers.
In addition to testifying as an expert witness, he has consulted and participated in mediations in regard to general contract and shareholder disputes, fiduciary malfeasance, valuation and divorce. His areas of practice also include income, estate and charitable tax planning and compliance, as well as small business services.
Johnny was born and raised in Macon, and started his career after college there with Mauldin and Jenkins, then left to follow a professional opportunity in Valdosta, and he has been here ever since.
His education includes high school at Stratford Academy in Macon, a BBA in Accounting from University of Georgia in 1975, and a MAcc (Tax Option) from University of Georgia in 1976.
Johnny continues to be very active in his community, including several decades’ involvement with the Rotary Club, Salvation Army, and Boy Scouts of America.
He enjoys being in a small firm, but also appreciates the resources offered by being part of the BJM organization. He, Larry, Jud, and Pam have been working together for over thirty years.