Mitch Reitman

Read: Your EIDL Loan Has Funded, Congrats. Well, Maybe Not

Your EIDL Loan Has Funded, Congrats. Well, Maybe Not

Dealers and integrators that received EIDL loans may already be in default or have inadvertently broken the law in applying for and receiving them.

Read: PPP Loan Program: How to Restore Payrolls to Pre-Pandemic Levels

PPP Loan Program: How to Restore Payrolls to Pre-Pandemic Levels

Industry accountant Mitch Reitman delivers advice on how to restore your payroll to pre-pandemic levels to ensure maximum forgiveness for these expenses.

Read: Your Paycheck Protection Program Loan Has Funded. Now What?

Your Paycheck Protection Program Loan Has Funded. Now What?

Industry accountant Mitch Reitman delivers PPP loan insights and clarifications for installing security and fire/life-safety businesses to consider.

Read: 19 Answers to Your Top Questions About Federal Relief Programs

19 Answers to Your Top Questions About Federal Relief Programs

Tax advisor Mitch Reitman addresses questions on federal relief programs asked by security dealers and integrators as they confront the coronavirus crisis.

Read: CARES Act Update: Forgivable Loans Explained and Other Expert Advice

CARES Act Update: Forgivable Loans Explained and Other Expert Advice

Industry accountant Mitch Reitman delivers SBA loan insights for installing security and fire/life-safety businesses to consider.

Read: 3 Key Benefits for Small Businesses Found in the Stimulus Package

3 Key Benefits for Small Businesses Found in the Stimulus Package

Industry accountant Mitch Reitman has read through the entire economic stimulus package and identified benefits to assist small businesses.

Read: Treasury and IRS to Delay Tax Payment Until July 15

Treasury and IRS to Delay Tax Payment Until July 15

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced that taxpayers can delay paying their income taxes on as much as $1 million in taxes owed for up to 90 days.

Read: How to Prevent Tax Fraud By 3rd-Party Payroll Tax Services

How to Prevent Tax Fraud By 3rd-Party Payroll Tax Services

A dishonest payroll service can bilk taxpayers, and the IRS, out of millions before anyone suspects anything.

Read: Newly Divorced or Soon to Be? New Tax Bill Complicates Things.

Newly Divorced or Soon to Be? New Tax Bill Complicates Things.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 made a number of important changes to the IRS code, some of which either directly or indirectly relate to divorce.

Read: SSI Webcast to Make Sense of U.S. Tax Code Overhaul

SSI Webcast to Make Sense of U.S. Tax Code Overhaul

On Feb. 28, SSI Industry Hall of Famer Mitch Reitman will explain how to navigate some of the changes and inconsistencies to the tax code.

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