Tag: Washington DC

Engineered Tax Services Tackling The R&D Tax Credits This Week In DC

At ETS, we are working hard to make a difference in the preservation and advancement of the Research and Development Tax Credit. The R&D Tax Credit is currently set to go to an amortization schedule starting in 2022. This week our team at ETS lead by Executive Vice, Heidi Henderson will be meeting with several

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The National Multi-Family Housing Council meets in Washington, DC

Housing experts, industry insiders, as well as members of congress and cabinet officials gathered to discuss policies aimed towards providing additional rental stock housing forAmericans. One of the topics is wrapped around the hopes of lowering the overall costs of housing. Due to the current increase in Americans choosing apartments as their primary housing, NMHC

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DC Family Office Partners with National Tax Reform Expert, Julio Gonzalez

Washington, D.C. – 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. Single and multi-family offices and top-tier advisors who serve them will be invited to an exclusive kick-off event. Washington, DC Family Office Association The Managing Director for the Washington,

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Phase Two Trump Tax Cuts: Notes From Washington DC

        PHASE TWO TRUMP TAX CUTS: NOTES FROM WASHINGTON DC                     This week as many in Washington DC are busy, but this week launching Phase Two of the Trump Tax Cuts is steaming full speed ahead. Julio Gonzalez, CEO of Engineered Tax Services is

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Tax Reform Expert Continues to Make Strides in Washington D.C.

This past week, tax reform expert and CEO of Engineered Tax Services (ETS), Julio Gonzalez, continued to make strides with tax reform and job creation. He and Director of Business Development, Jamie Pope, met with Congress, staffers, and lobbyists to talk about “jobs, jobs, jobs”. “We are working closely with aligned and affected parties on

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