Engineered Tax Services Proudly Welcomes Former Senator John Loudon to the Advisory Board

Tax reform expert and CEO of Engineered Tax Services (ETS), Julio Gonzalez, welcomes former Missouri Senator, John Loudon, to the ETS Advisory Board, where he will oversee government affairs. John will also serve as President for the Gonzalez Family Office.

“With the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act signed in to law, this legislation represents the most expansive reform that will bring tax relief and long-term economic growth. I look forward to working with Engineered Tax Services and family offices to help clients and potential clients take advantage of the new tax benefits,” said Mr. Loudon.

Prior to starting in his role involving government affairs at Engineered Tax Services, Mr. Loudon was a Republican member of the Missouri Senate. He represented the 7th District until 2008. Before that, he was a member of the Missouri House of Representatives. Mr. Loudon was first elected to the House in 1994 and served until 1998. He was then elected to the Missouri Senate in 2000, and then again in 2004. While he was a senator, Mr. Loudon founded and chaired the Senate’s Small Business, Insurance, and Industrial Relations Committee, was vice chair of the Governmental Accountability and Fiscal Oversight Committee, and a member of the committees on Education, Gubernatorial Appointments, and Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence.

“John has been a great servant to our country as former Senator of Missouri. When you are in business, the government is your partner. John will be working with our business, family, and other family offices to make sure that partnership is a good one,” said Mr. Gonzalez.

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Engineered Tax Services is the largest engineering and specialty tax firm in the United States, with headquarters in West Palm Beach, Florida. ETS is led by CEO and nationally recognized tax reform expert, Julio Gonzalez.

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