Press ReleaseFebruary 27, 2024

Job Creators Network Welcomes Tax Credit Expert Julio Gonzalez to Board of Advisors

Gonzalez specializes in democratizing tax credits so small businesses can enjoy the same legal advantages as Fortune 500 companies

Washington, D.C. (February 27, 2024) – Today, the Job Creators Network (JCN) announced that Julio Gonzalez will be joining its newly created Board of Advisors for the southeast region. The Board of Advisors is a network of regional leaders that will help JCN advocate for free market policies, push back against government overreach, and strengthen the economy. Advisors will also help bolster JCN’s grassroots army of small business advocates to engage on tax, regulatory, and other public policy issues.

“Julio’s unwavering commitment to the conservative movement makes him a valuable addition to our Board of Advisors,” said Alfredo Ortiz, CEO of Job Creators Network. “His insights on and advocacy for the Trump tax cuts that supported small business growth and job creation closely align with the goals of JCN. We are excited to have him on board and look forward to him helping to support our mission as a member of our Board of Advisors.”

Julio Gonzalez is the founder of the Gonzalez Family Office and serves as the CEO and Founder of Engineered Tax Services, Inc. (ETS), the country’s most extensive specialty tax engineering firm. ETS is acclaimed for its role in preserving wealth and stimulating job creation in the United States through by bringing tax equality to tax credits, tax incentives and grants through a suite of IRS engineering-based services.

“I’m delighted to be joining forces with Job Creators Network, the foremost advocate for small business success in America,” said Gonzalez. “I started ETS with the goal of leveling the economic playing field and democratizing the tax code in this country for small business owners and their employees, and teaming up with JCN will allow us to take those efforts to the next level. Small businesses are the engine of America’s economy, employing roughly half of all American workers – but they’re often forced to compete at a distinct disadvantage against massive corporations with high-priced lawyers and armies of lobbyists. We’re going to provide them with the advice and advocacy they need to thrive.”