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NRI Discussion Panel hosted by National Tax Reform Expert
At this event, Julio Gonzalez welcomed and gathered with NRI writers and editors to take a would-be panel discussion to the dining room table with NRI fellow, Reihan Salam, author of the new book, Melting Pot or Civil War? A Son of Immigrants Makes the Case Against Open Borders.
Julio Gonzalez is A Voice for Accounting Today
Under the Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) the benefits of cost segregation and Section 1031 exchange combination have become an even more important tax strategy for real estate investors.
Family Office Networks Partners with Julio Gonzalez
Family Office Networks is launching a Washington D.C. Family Office Association to provide high-level thought leadership and idea sharing to local wealthy families.
Julio Gonzalez Reacts to Tax Reform 2.0
Tax Reform 2.0 stands to grow the already significant success of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act by making permanent the middle-class and small business tax cuts...
The ADISA Due Diligence Forum Invites National Tax Reform Expert
National Tax Reform Expert, Founder and CEO of Engineered Tax Services, Inc. and the Gonzalez Family Office, Julio Gonzalez was part of a panel discussion titled, "Who's On First," in New York for the ADISA Due Diligence Forum.
Julio Gonzalez, Tax Reform Expert, Supports Congressman Jim Renacci
Julio Gonzalez, tax reform expert and CEO of Engineered Tax Services Inc., hosted a fundraiser reception for Representative Jim Renacci on June 22, 2018.
Intro to Cost Segregation by Julio Gonzalez, National Tax Reform Expert
CEO of Engineered Tax Services, Inc., provides background on Cost Segregation,Depreciation Methods, and the Benefits.
Senate sets up Opportunity Zone Committee
I received an update today from Senator Scott's office as to the Opportunity Zone regulations...
What Happened to the Tax Extenders?
During our coalition call, we shared that there is an effort underway in the Senate to see if there is a path forward to include a tax package as part of the government funding package currently being negotiated (as a reminder, government funding for the remaining agencies expires on February 15, 2019).