This week, tax reform expert and CEO of Engineered Tax Services, Julio Gonzalez, worked in D.C. – meeting with members of Congress and Senate to discuss tax policy relative to 179D energy tax extender and the need to change tax policy related to R&D tax credits. Mr. Gonzalez’s meetings included private dinners with U.S. Congressman,
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Provided by the Real Estate Roundtable Republicans picked up at least 8 seats in the Senate and at least a dozen seats in the House, taking control of the both chambers and surpassing most GOP expectations. Assuming Congress completes work on a multi-year reauthorization of TRIA before year end, the top financial services issues facing
By the Real Estate Roundtable Roundtable Chairman-Elect Bill Rudin called on the U.S. House of Representatives to renew the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA), a federal program that provides a financial backstop for building insurers. Should Congress fail to extend the program, he said, it will lead to a slowdown in the economy and investments.
When Congress returns in September from its summer recess, we will enter the final and most critical phase of our campaign to extend the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA). Months of testimony, research reports, one-on-one meetings and highly effective communications with key members of the House and Senate have resulted in an overwhelming 93-4 Senate