Tips for Year End Tax Planning.

Right now we all have shopping lists and recipes on our mind during this holiday season. After the chaos had died down, however, and everyone has their resolutions in order the next thing on many “to do” lists is getting their taxes in order. 2018 is the first year the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, […]

News from The Longshoreman Bar.

We had posted a blog when we found out about our new neighbors taking over at 215 Columbia, which used to be Toby’s Public House. The Longshoreman, an Italian bistro who still has no social media or website we could find, is supposed to open sometime this fall. We wanted to post the latest news we […]

Flexible Jobs for Performers in Brooklyn.

More often than not performers living in New York will need what we call a “survival job”. Basically everyone needs to make enough money to pay the rent and that’s difficult to do on a performer’s unpredictable salary. It’s difficult for anyone going to auditions or rehearsals to work a 9-5 job but luckily there […]

Become an Apartment Therapist at Realty Collective

Being a real estate agent in NYC is no easy feat. No matter your personality, it’s hard not to get typecast as a stereotypical, shady broker—unless you work for Realty Collective. Their number one priority is to make everyone’s apartment hunt a positive experience. Even their handbook drives home the importance of being personable: “You are […]