Americans Get Ready to Spend $7 Billion in Food for Independence Day
On Wednesday, the Florida Retail Federation (FRF) released a report showing Americans will buy $6.9 billion--$75.35 per person--on food for July 4.
Are Florida Taxes Really That Low?
A report finds that the average Florida taxpayer pays far less compared to most Americans. However, there is room for improvement.
Private High Speed Rail Could be Coming to Central Florida
Gov. Rick Scott was upbeat about the news and contrasted the use of public funds to support such ventures and leaving them to the private sector.
Record Number of Americans, Floridians Plan to Travel on Independence Day
The number of expected travelers is the highest that AAA has found in its almost two decades of conducting this survey.
SCOTUS Ruling Opens Door to E-Fairness in FL
The ruling that paves the way for a successful resolution to an issue Florida TaxWatch has fought for more than 15 years.
Credit Card and Gas Thieves Busted in Central Florida
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam announced on Thursday that accused criminals in Kissimmee set up skimmers in gas pumps and stole debit and credit card information to buy large amounts of fuel which was sold on the black market.
Business, Political, Community Leaders Want to Make Pensacola a 5G Hub
At an event at the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC), the Panhandle Republican hosted a roundtable on Monday, bringing in government official and community and tech industry leaders to discuss how to make Pensacola a hub for 5G Beta testing as Americans continue to demand faster access to data.
What You Need to Know About Crypto-Currencies
What is a crypto-currency, really? What makes it so special, so potentially valuable, or so potentially worthless?
Ron DeSantis Pushes Back Against Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions Campaign Against Israel
With the help of U.S. Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., the chairman of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., who is running for governor of Florida, brought out a bill protecting businesses from boycotts targeting Israel.
Jacksonville Chamber Stands Behind Lenny Curry
While he is a favorite to win a second term, Curry does have opposition.
Larger Trucks Would Stick Taxpayers With Mile Long Maintenance Bills
With better targeting of funds and sensible limits on truck size, taxpayers can have an easier time paying down America’s looming transportation bills without raising gasoline taxes.
Florida Real Estate is a Seller’s Market
Prices are going up across Florida and there is not an end in sight just yet.