National Tax Reform Expert, Julio Gonzalez Advises Millennials

Julio Gonzalez, national tax reform expert, and CEO of Engineered Tax Services, Inc., has advice for businesses and individuals in high tax states like California, New York, and New Jersey.

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The ADISA Due Diligence Forum Invites National Tax Reform Expert, Julio Gonzalez to Discuss the Benefits of Tax Reform for Family Offices

Representatives from more than 100 investment and financial services firms convened in New York for the ADISA Due Diligence Forum. One of the sessions at this year's event featured National

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Last-Minute Tax Season Tips

With this year's tax deadline approaching rapidly, you may want to get moving (if you haven’t already). If you have not filed your taxes already, be sure to make a

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How to Achieve the 45L Home Energy Efficient Tax Credit

We have outlined some very important items developers should take into consideration in order to achieve the energy efficient standards for the 45L tax credit. Of course, there are a

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Reduce Energy Consumption for Multi-Family Dwellings and Save

The 45L Energy Efficient Home Tax Credit The 45L Home Tax Credit equates to $2,000 per unit for energy efficient residential or multi-family properties. Both new construction as well as

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Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 Among the 50+ tax provisions is a 2-year extension of both 179D tax deduction for commercial buildings and 45L tax credit for

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Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 Among the 50+ tax provisions is a 2-year extension of both 179D tax deduction for commercial buildings and 45L tax credit for

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On Friday, December 18th, Congress unveiled the PATH Act (Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015) which not only includes a 2-year extension of many tax incentives such as

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Tax season is upon us and the outcome for the tax extenders that expired Dec. 31st, 2014 remain unknown. So far, Congress has passed minimal tax legislation on the extenders

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Tax season is upon us and the outcome for the tax extenders that expired Dec. 31st, 2014 remain unknown. So far, Congress has passed minimal tax legislation on the extenders

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