Kewho Min | Certified Public Accountant/ Finance | New York City

Kewho Min is a dedicated and experienced professional accountant based out of New York City

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Kewho Min NYCycling: A Tribute to the Bicycle

NYCycling: A Tribute to the Bicycle

New York City has been around for quite some time. In fact, the iconic city was established in 1624; that’s almost 400 years worth of history. And while the Big Apple has seen many major changes, from the technological to the infrastructural, one thing has remained constant: the bicycle. That’s right, New Yorkers have been […]

Carter Boehm Modular Apartments in Brooklyn, New York

Modular Apartments in Brooklyn, New York

There is an ongoing affordable housing crisis in New York City. Based on the principles of supply and demand, the real estate industry of the city isn’t able to keep up with the rapidly growing population which has created a situation where landlords and property owners are able to charge incredibly high rent for their […]

NYC’s Waste Problem

NYC Is Wasting Money In a city of more than 8 million people, how do you contain all of the waste that is produced? It’s certainly an undertaking to manage all of the garbage produced by that many people on a daily basis. And New York City is no stranger to waste management problems. In […]

NYC’s New Siren Song

When you think of New York City, what are some things that come to mind? Energy, cabs, pizza, the subway, and lots and lots of people, right? What about the ever-popular call of the police siren? That’s most certainly a sound synonymous with the Big Apple. Unfortunately, when you have a large city, like New […]

NYC TCS Marathon Tips and Tricks

Frequent visitors of my site know that I’m a major supporter of all things New York City; it’s the main focus of this site, after all. The city has so many different and wonderful things that make it an amazing place to live and visit. One such element is its ability to foster runners. The […]

Hudson Yards New Luxury Apartments

New York City has always been known for its status. It’s the city where dreams can come true. It’s home to almost one million millionaires and houses the world’s financial trade center. So, needless to say, there’s a fair bit of opulence throughout the city. And while NYC has experienced its fair share of large-scale […]

Kewho Min NYC Imposes Cap on Uber and Lyft Minimum Wages

NYC Imposes Cap on Uber and Lyft Minimum Wages

Ride-sharing has been the hottest transportation trend for several years now, and the concept isn’t going to disappear anytime fast. Uber and Lyft are the most popular ways to get a rapid ride by firing up the smartphone. Their apps make it super simple, and the services are typically cheaper than a taxi. As far […]

Kewho Min These NYC Restaurants Are Ready for the Holidays

These NYC Restaurants Are Ready for the Holidays

New York City is an amazing place to live or visit. From its bright lights to its bustling financial district and thriving small communities, New York City is diverse and enthralling; there’s no doubt about it. While the city in general is great to experience at any time of year, there’s something about the holiday […]

Shark Tank Helps NYC Bagel Shop Explode In Popularity

After five years of pursuing their dreams, literally and figuratively, Nick and Elyse Oleksak sold their Bantam Bagels business to T. Marzetti Company for $34 million. The company first emerged on the scene in 2014 with their appearance on Shark Tank. Their entrepreneurial spirit and solid business plan prevailed and resulted in a $275,000 investment […]

NYC Penthouses Declining in Popularity with Luxury Real Estate Buyers

Living in a penthouse in a New York City skyscraper used to be coveted real estate that only the rich could afford. These wildly popular homes frequently sold for the tens of millions of dollars. They were the pinnacle of what “making it” in NYC meant and were luxurious for not only the stellar views […]

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