Kamenitz joins Mitchell & Titus with more than 25 years of experience consulting with clients on employee benefits plans and executive compensation, working closely with employee benefit plan services groups to provide technical assistance on qualified plan issues.
Mitchell & Titus is pleased to announce that it will be recognized as “Partnership of the Year” by the not-for-profit organization, Selective Corporate Internship Program of New York/New Jersey (SCIP). SCIP provides underserved high school students the opportunity to train in a business environment that prepares students for the next step to college, and advancement to a professional career.
Mitchell & Titus is pleased to announce the firm's 40th anniversary this year. In recognition of achieving this milestone, the firm is planning several events that will take place throughout 2014 to celebrate our heritage, pay tribute to the firm’s history, honor our clients and recognize our people.
The House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI) released a comprehensive tax reform discussion draft that would eliminate and modify a host of current tax provisions to offset the costs of reducing the statutory corporate and individual income tax rates.