Kewho Min | Certified Public Accountant/ Finance | Fayetteville, AR

Kewho Min is a dedicated and experienced professional accountant based out of Fayetteville, AR.

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Secrets of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the most well-known museums in the world. Located in New York City, this beloved museum houses artifacts chronicling human civilization from the Greeks to the Romans to the Egyptians and beyond. Visitors to the museum are enthralled by ancient relics and famous works of art. They might […]

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The New Times Square

Times Square Alliance has teamed up with 6¢ Design to create the Times Square Design Lab. This is to add unique street furniture, book displays, and signage to remake the pedestrian mall at the “crossroads of the world” at the juncture of Broadway and Seventh Avenue. This will turn the area into a brand new public […]

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The Best Activities To Do In New York City For Memorial Day

New York City will be one of the most popular destinations over Memorial Day weekend due to the countless events going on throughout the city. The weekend is fun for the whole family and includes events that kids and adults can enjoy together as well as others specifically meant for adults. The Great Brooklyn Grill […]

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World’s Largest Chick-Fil-A Opens in Lower Manhattan

New York City is now the home of the world’s largest Chick-Fil-A restaurant, almost twice the size of its nearest competitor. Located in NYC’s Financial District at 144 Fulton Street, the restaurant is five stories high and encompasses 12,000 square feet. Although the fast food restaurant is the tallest in the Chick-Fil-A chain, it’s also […]

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Will Blockchain Make Accountants Obsolete?

For many who watch technology and the advancement of various platforms like the blockchain, machine learning, voice controlled software and so forth, it is tempting to believe computers will shortly have the capability to replace people and the work they do. After all, it seems there are so many things computers can do more accurately […]

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Is the Accounting Profession for You?

Accountants prepare financial records for businesses and individuals. They prepare financial statements, tax returns, and analytical reports to help business owners and executives assess and plan for operating expenses and business growth. Auditors examine records to ensure financial and legal compliance in meeting tax and other financial obligations. Accounting Profession Outlook According to the U.S. […]

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Fun Things To Do in New York City This Week (2/26-3/1)

Anyone who knows me knows that I love New York City. It’s one of the greatest cities on Earth. It’s energetic and large, but it’s best feature is that there is always something to do. It’s a fantastic spur-of-the-moment place to be. If you’ve got the time, money and company to do something, you’ll find […]

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Most Unique Buildings in New York City

New York City is an amazing city. It’s well-known for its population, bright lights and landmarks. And although it may seem as if every single building in NYC is well-known, it holds several hidden gems. In an effort to help shed light on some of these lesser-known buildings, I’ve decided to highlight a few of […]

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Top 4 Ways To Get Fit In New York City

Keeping yourself fit is something you should focus on year round, but it can be a bit difficult to find the time or motivation to get going. This applies whether you’re living in a rural area or somewhere as busy and hectic as New York City. It can also be pricey to pursue conventional methods […]

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Is New York City’s Metro Card Going Away?

For much of the history of NYC public transport, ancient methods of fare collection such as coins, tokens and paper tickets were utilized on the city’s buses and subways. On their website, the MTA lists 1953 as the year tokens became the standard on NYC subways, marking the system’s first moves towards streamlining fare collection […]

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