Friday, December 4, 2020
Nine months after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, 40 percent of Floridians feel they are worse off financially than before, with money matters and financial wellness one of their top concerns heading into the New Year. 
The new rate applies to both new and renewal workers’ compensation insurance policies effective in Florida as of January 1, 2021.
Florida TaxWatch President and CEO Dominic Calabro weighed in on his organization’s changes on Wednesday.
“As coronavirus cases continue to spike in nursing homes across the country, I am writing to urge you to consider dedicating a significant amount of the remaining money in the Provider Relief Fund to help nursing homes and other senior care facilities combat this deadly disease. With now more than 100,000 Americans deaths from the coronavirus linked to long-term care facilities, it’s clear that protecting our seniors must be one of the highest priorities,” Buchanan wrote Azar on Tuesday. 
“This report is the culmination of a dedicated group effort to closely examine the coronavirus pandemic’s effect on businesses and industries in our state, thoughtfully discuss the difficulties they have experienced, and carefully craft sensible solutions to the issues impacting Florida’s employers,” said Dr. Ed Moore, the executive director of the RESET Task Force.
Attorney General Moody is encouraging Floridians to take steps to prevent identity theft and other online shopping pitfalls on Cyber Monday and throughout the holiday shopping season.
The breach occurred when hackers gained access to Home Depot’s network and deployed malware on the company’s self-checkout points of sale. The malware allowed the hackers to obtain the payment card information of customers that used self-checkout lanes at Home Depot stores throughout the U.S. from April 10, 2014 to Sept. 13, 2014.
ALEC rated DeSantis with five stars in its first-ever set of rankings for governors.
The company leased temporary space in West Palm Beach. It will employ up to 30 people by 2022 with plans to expand its footprint and to open manufacturing facilities.
Robert Bilsky is a Libertarian who strongly believes in individual freedom. He received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Tennessee.  While working in the defense industry as a systems engineer, he received numerous trade secrets and awards.  Robert founded his own company in 1990 becoming a successful real estate broker and investor.