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 Most Expensive Houses in New York City

Most Expensive Houses in New York City

As a New Yorker at heart, I will always love this city no matter where I travel. And even though the city’s energetic vibe and pure wonder will always captivate me, I understand that every city has its cons. New York City has been and always will be a beacon of hope for those looking […]

Kewho Min Do You Believe These New York Myths?

Do You Believe These New York Myths?

New York City is the greatest city on the planet. This is what most people believe, and while others would disagree, I personally have found this to be true. Growing up in New York City has made me fall in love with the culture, attitude and energy of the area. Unfortunately, because of New York […]

Kewho Min Labor Day in NYC

Labor Day in NYC

  It’s the summertime and if you are free of any occupational responsibilities  or looking to go on vacation, this is certainly the time to do it. However, if you don’t have any more vacation time, you are well aware of the fact that, with July 4th having just passed, there isn’t a single federally […]

Kewho Min New York City: Then and Now Pt. 3

New York City: Then and Now Pt. 3

As a lover of all things New York, I’ve returned with another entry in my ongoing series of New York’s ever-changing landscape. This month, I’ll be covering Coney Island and Grand Central Terminal.   Coney Island One of New York’s most popular locations, Coney Island has a soft spot in almost any New Yorkers heart. […]

Kewho Min - Mother’s Day in NYC

Mother’s Day in NYC

There is always something to do in New York City. From watching a late-night broadway show, to paddle boating in Central Park, you can never be bored in the city that never sleeps. And with Mother’s Day coming up very soon, millions of New Yorkers will be looking for great Mother’s Day activities. Here are […]

Uber in NYC: Cheaper Than Riding the Subway

Every New Yorker knows that commuting by subway in the summer months can be a grimy, sweaty, nerve-wracking, exhausting, and soul-crushing experience. Enter Uber. Sure, taking Uber everywhere and anywhere might not be feasible for the average New Yorker. But Uber’s online transportation network just got more affordable thanks to a new partnership with Gilt […]

NYC Subway Gets a Major Makeover

The New York City subway will soon get a makeover. Yesterday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled a detailed plan to transform and technologize the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) subway cars and stations. The transformation will include: Wider Doors The MTA announced that the doors will widen from 50 inches to 58 inches, an amount […]

Father’s Day Post Goes Viral

Last weekend, Humans of New York featured a terrific snippet of a family who is a serious about teaching their kids necessary money lessons. The post featured a photo of a man with his two young sons, one of whom says: “Every week I get one dollar for allowance. Then I get to choose the section […]

The Knicks Hired a New Coach. Now What?

This week, the New York Knicks announced that its next coach would be Jeff Hornacek, the former head coach for the Phoenix Suns.  The hiring took many people by surprise with the New York Post outright calling the decision “a Phil Jackson stunner.”   Before tapping Hornacek, Jackson had reportedly been on the hunt for […]

The Beautiful New Stories on Humans of New York

Just about every New Yorker knows–and loves–Humans of New York. If you’re not familiar with Brandon Stanton, the creator behind the one-man operation, you’re in for a treat. The site,, features interviews and photos with thousands of New Yorkers. The site has developed a large following through social media. The blog has over 16 million followers […]

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