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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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 Subways Now Have Wi-Fi

NYC Subways Now Have Wi-Fi

Mankind has come a long way since the days of cavemen. As a species, we’ve had renaissances, enlightenments and industrial revolutions. Now, in the 21st century, we are going through a technological revolution. Massive amounts of data crunching and computing are being done in the palm of our hands, artificial intelligence is keeping us company […]

Your Bucket List Debts (Pay ’em Off Before You Retire)

As time goes on, you’re closer and closer to retiring. You’ve likely been counting down the years in anticipation of this time that you can finally relax and not worry about having to get up and go to work every day and spend hours at a job. Even if you love your job, working for […]

Teaching Financial Literacy in the Classroom

Many Americans have the plight of being in debt and don’t understand the basic concepts of saving for the future or handling money responsibly. The Council for Economic Education recently conducted a survey where they found that a mere 20 states have taking an economic class in high school as a requirement to graduate. These […]

Kewho Asks, “What Are the Best Places to Work in NYC?”

I stumbled upon a recent article that revealed the New York City area colleges that have alums who make the most money after graduation. Perhaps it’ll come as no surprise that the graduates with the higher income came from colleges with medical concentrations. Appearing on the list within the top five are SUNY Downstate Medical Center (top post-graduation salary: […]

Quick Guide: Meet the New American Dad

The idea of the “American Dad” has been around for a long time. For a long time, the mold of being an American Dad was being the sole breadwinner as well as leaving most of the childcare and housekeeping to the wife. A lot of this has changed, so it’s time to meet the new […]

What To Do With 24 Hours In New York City

In New York City, there are always hundreds of events happening at any given second. There’s enough activities in the city to last someone for a lifetime. Having so many options also makes it difficult to decide what to do when you’re only visiting the city for a day or so. As a native New […]

How Young Families Budget in NYC

New York City: the city that never sleeps and also the most expensive town to live in throughout the United States. For many people, living in NYC would be a dream come true, but they believe it’s far too expensive to even consider. But, for one young family, living in the city is manageable.   […]

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