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 Hidden Bookstores in New York City

Hidden Bookstores in New York City

When it comes to large cities, it’s very hard to experience every single thing that they offer. With so many citizens, buildings and nooks and crannies, it can be daunting to see everything. And when it comes to the beautiful City of New York, it’s nigh impossible. Luckily, there are dozens of guides and ways […]

Kewho Min Bad Ads: The NYC Ban on Ad Barges

Bad Ads: The NYC Ban on Ad Barges

With millions of residents packed in a relatively small area, New York City is a favorite place for companies to advertise their products. However, some New Yorkers are starting to fight back against intrusive ads. The newest source of controversy has been the “adbarges” that have popped up lately. Since earlier this year, residents have […]

Where the Fireworks Fly in NYC

Where the Fireworks Fly in NYC

New York City has long been known to be one of the best places in the U.S. to watch Fourth of July fireworks. The city’s fireworks shows are known for their spectacular displays of lights, colors and sounds that continue to thrill people of all ages. Here are some of the best spots for viewing […]

Kewho Min Mastering the Slang of New York City

Mastering the Slang of New York City

New York City has always been a world unto itself, but for visitors, mastering the lingo beloved by city residencies can be an intimidating proposition. Here are just a few important terms to know on your next visit to NYC, and why learning the right lingo can help you better navigate the most fascinating parts […]

Kewho Min Law Set to Legalize Electric Scooters and Electric Bicycles in NYC

Law Set to Legalize Electric Scooters and Electric Bicycles in NYC

Electric scooters and electric bicycles are seen as a public menace by some, and these same eco-friendly modes of transportation are seen as a way to combat traffic and lower one’s carbon footprint to boot by others. The city of New York has been pretty ambivalent until recently. On Wednesday, a bill is set to […]

Kewho Min Best Family Getaway Locations from New York City

Best Family Getaway Locations from New York City

New York City may be one of the best places to live, but that doesn’t mean that a getaway isn’t in order sometimes. Families with kids will likely want to treat everyone to a little change of pace sometimes. A family-friendly location convenient to New York City will give everyone an exciting time. Kalahari Resorts […]

Kewho Min A Guide to "The Mansion Tax"

A Guide to “The Mansion Tax”

As the New York state legislature worked to develop their budget for the 2020 fiscal year, they sought to leverage losses in revenue in other areas by increasing taxes on those purchasing high-value homes – called the ‘progressive mansion tax’, this new policy imposes a one-time tax increase scaling upwards as the price of the […]

Kewho Min Four of the Best First-Date Spots in NYC

Four of the Best First-Date Spots in NYC

For most, first dates are nervewracking. There’s the stress of picking the right outfit, the right things to say to sound cool, but not braggy, and most importantly, finding the perfect spot to meet. Luckily for those that live in NYC, the city is full of cool spots that are sure to impress. Remove some […]

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Five Best All-You-Can-Eat Buffets in NYC

Have a big appetite? A buffet is the perfect place to satiate your hunger. While buffets have a bad reputation for serving old food that’s been sitting under a heat lamp for hours, these NYC spots are sure to change your mind. These restaurants all have their own all-you-can-eat offerings, and each is as delicious […]

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 […]

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