Military Saves Month is a month-long national effort to encourage the military community to strengthen their financial well-being.
Since Patronis took office three years ago, more than $1.2 billion has been returned to Floridians in Unclaimed Property.
This action directs the Insurance Consumer Advocate to coordinate directly with families participating in the NICA program and advocate on their behalf before the Division of Administrative Hearings. These direct advocacy efforts will aid NICA families as they navigate the claims process.
Jimmy Patronis Issues Directive for Transparency and Accountability for Construction Materials Mining Activities
This directive promotes transparency and accountability and requires the Division of State Fire Marshal to create a website where members of the public can submit complaints relating to construction materials blasting as well as review the status of complaints.
The CFO’s letter encourages OFR to analyze whether a Florida-chartered bank that exhibits political discrimination toward a specific industry group is engaged in an “unsound banking practice” that merits issuance of a cease and desist order.
Since Patronis took office three years ago more than $1.2 billion has been returned to Floridians in Unclaimed Property.
With this week seeing the start of the regular session of the Florida Legislature and being Consumer Protection Week, state Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Jimmy Patronis showcased his consumer protection agenda, which includes protecting Floridians from unnecessary fees, working to eliminate fraud and scams, and ensuring Florida’s insurance markets aren’t flooded with unnecessary litigation.
Recent media reports have stated that leaders in Japan have “privately” concluded that they are too concerned about the pandemic for the 2021 Olympics to take place.
This fiscal year, the CFO has returned $292.4 million on more than 456,000 approved claims. Since taking office in July 2017, Patronis has recovered and returned more than $936 million to Floridians.
With the 2020 Hurricane Season looming at the start of June, Florida Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Jimmy Patronis offered a reminded this week on how critical it is to prepare now before the next storm takes aim at the Sunshine State.
This week, Florida Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Jimmy Patronis, who is also the state fire marshal, held a roundtable event with Orlando firefighters, local officials and first responders to discuss the importance of preparing for the possible spread of the coronavirus in the Sunshine State.
n Sunday night, the department announced that “one adult resident of Hillsborough County and one adult resident of Manatee County” tested positive for coronavirus.
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