Kai joined JK Edwards & Company in 2002. As a Senior Tax Advisor, she is responsible for individual and business income tax preparation and account resolution. Kai also specializes in assisting with business entity classification and start-ups.
Kai earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia State University. She is certified as an Enrolled Agent (EA), and is eligible to represent taxpayers, and practice on their behalf, before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Kai is also a member of the National Association of Tax Preparers (NATP).
In her free time, Kai enjoys spending quality time with her family. She is a nutritional research enthusiast. She is also passionate about fundraising for CCFA (Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America) and heightening the awareness of Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. Kai's interests also include music, reading, sewing, traveling, basketball, football, and tennis.
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