CEO of Engineered Tax Services Will Speak at Asian GOP Tax Reform Forum

Tax Reform Expert and CEO of Engineered Tax Services Will Speak at Asian GOP Tax Reform Forum

Nationally recognized tax reform expert and CEO of Engineered Tax Services (ETS), Julio Gonzalez, is the headline speaker at the National Committee of Asian American Republic (Asian GOP) Broward Chapter’s upcoming Tax Reform Forum this Saturday. Mr. Gonzalez will speak about how the new tax reform will affect individuals and their businesses. Mr. Gonzalez had developed a chart that shows the 2017 tax code by category, the 2018 tax code by category and summary of the changes. This chart is available for free upon request. For a free chart please send a request to jgon

“I’m excited to meet with the Asian GOP this month to break down the new 2018 tax code in hopes of simplifying the process of how they can benefit personally and professionally. The new tax code is in place now, and knowing the details sooner than later can make a significant change in how people can benefit from these new rules,” said Mr. Gonzalez.

Mr. Gonzalez, has been an advocate for tax reform and for getting it done before the end of 2017. He spent weeks working on the tax reform blueprint in Washington D.C. with the Administration, Congress and Senate. He is the go-to tax expert representing Hispanic 100, Hispanic Council, and many national family offices. Mr. Gonzalez is a regular public speaker on a national level regarding tax reform and tax sophistication for wealth preservation. He has been featured on radio shows, podcasts, online broadcasts, and in national media.

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