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The Intelligent Edge is a source of proprietary insights from KCH & Co, P.C. designed to help our clients make sense of and capitalize on emerging trends in the tax, accounting, and advisory area. We explore these trends in a broader financial context by analyzing the implications of related law changes, alerts and summaries. We are dedicated to empowering our clients with proprietary strategic and financial insights that will give them an intelligent competitive edge.

December 2015

Never Lose Money – The Everlasting Truth about Investing

Warren Buffet, one of the most successful investors in history, has two very simple rules about investing: Never lose money. Never forget rule number one. It probably isn’t quite that simple, but Buffet’s advice is very important to follow. One of the key things to know about investing is the downside of wherever you are…Read Full Article

Posted by on December 7th, 2015

November 2015

Year-End Tax Planning: What You Need to Know

The end of 2015 will soon be upon us, and as such, it’s time to think about tax planning for year-end. There are a number of ways that taxpayers can help themselves to trim their tax bills. If your taxable income is above 91k for single and 150k for married filing joined returns, it generally…Read Full Article

Posted by on November 20th, 2015

October 2015

EB-5 Investors – What You Need to Know for Tax Issues

The EB-5 immigration program has been extended until at least mid-December. The program, which was established in 1990, allows foreign investors and their families get conditional permanent residence in the United States based on investments they make. EB-5 investors receiving distributions from a project in a Regional Center or by virtue of their investment in…Read Full Article

Posted by on October 20th, 2015

Be Prepared for Big Corporate International Tax Changes

Multi-national Corporations may want to bring back their overseas earnings Big changes are likely to take place regarding corporate international taxes, according to President Barack Obama’s proposed budget (released Feb 2, 2015). The current U.S. corporate tax code taxes all corporate income earned in the United States or in foreign countries at the 35 percent…Read Full Article

Posted by on October 6th, 2015