Ronald McDonald House Makes a Difference

By W.A. Muller Ronald McDonald House New York is nonprofit organization that provides a temporary “home away from home” for pediatric cancer patients and their families. The House located on East 73rd Street in Manhattan, is a supportive and caring environment, which encourages and nurtures the development of child-to-child and parent-to-parent support systems. The work…

Elaine Sargent Finance & Philanthropy

By Isaiah Negron Elaine Sargent isn’t easily pegged into a single category. She has spent the better part of her life shattering notions of what society-at-large expects from her as a woman on Wall Street, a wife, mother, philathropist and now a grandmother. Whether it’s her work for Republicans for Choice or supporting medical research…

Ask Holly!

By Holly Nicholas Signorelli In over twenty years as a CPA I have seen the same trends over and over again when it comes to mortgages. When the markets are booming, people tend to overextend themselves on their house, hence the phrase “house poor.” The problem is that when the markets tank, there are foreclosures…

In Bed with Pop

By Stephen Stuart As the mellifluous voice of Ariana DiLorenzo nonchalantly scampers across the unmistakably jagged line “Just because I’m in your bed doesn’t mean I’m yours”, one suspects that the identity of the culprit being addressed could as easily have been all of pop music as the lover alluded to in the song. After all,…