Advisory Council Member
Mr. Julio Gonzalez, National Tax Reform Expert, is the Founder and CEO of Engineered Tax Services, Inc. (ETS) Mr. Gonzalez’ focus was to bring specialized engineering tax studies to mainstream America, which historically had only been available to Fortune 500 and public companies through the National Accounting Firms.
Mr. Julio Gonzalez, National Tax Reform Expert, founded Engineered Tax Services, Inc., (ETS) to marry the science of engineering with the principles of tax and accounting. Mr. Gonzalez wanted to bring specialty tax services to mainstream America that were previously only available to public companies through the Big 4 accounting firms.
Today, Mr. Gonzalez and ETS are the country’s largest licensed engineering tax resource to 1000s of CPA firms nationally.
Today, ETS is one of the largest, fastest growing, and most innovative engineering, energy, and specialty tax credit services firms in the country and one of the country’s largest certified Minority companies. Mr. Gonzalez is also the founder of several other family operational companies including his family office, Gonzalez Family Office (GFO), Calle Gato Ocho (CGO), Engineered Tax Exchange (ETE) and Engineered Family Office (EFO). Gonzalez Family Office manages the Gonzalez family capital by investing primarily in real estate, private equity and venture capital. CGO owns and operates direct real estate investments in multi-family housing and mixed-use office real estate and Opportunity Zone real estate for the Gonzalez family. ETE was started to provide high-level due alternative tax investing strategies to manage tax liabilities. EFO provides a multi-family office environment for high-end athletes and top entrepreneurs.
Mr. Gonzalez is a proud member of the following organizations:
- Memory Tree, Board of Director
- Companion for Heroes, Board of Director
- Gentlemen of Palm Beach, Board of Director
- Cystic Fibrosis, Board Member
- Forbes Finance Council
- The Real Estate Roundtable
- The Heritage Foundation
- James Madison Institute
- Hispanic 100