Major Plantation Foreclosure Lawyer Will Accept Disbarment The Plantation lawyer whose firm was handling tens of thousands of foreclosure cases at the height of the financial crisis is ending his fight to hold onto his law license.
"Banking Blacklists" Cause Consumer HeadachesYou've heard of credit reporting agencies but did you know there are companies tracking your banking history and any money mistakes you make? Most banks look at your consumer report before allowing you to open a checking or savings account. If your record is not good, you could end up literally "blacklisted by banks."
MDPD: Criminal Organization Targets Women Drivers The Miami-Dade Police Department is investigating burglaries that target unsuspecting female drivers.
Bank Failures Slow In 2012The Great Recession took a toll on the banking industry the likes of which hadn’t been seen since the Great Depression. But in 2012, bank failures finally started to slow down signaling the worst of the financial crisis may finally be in the past.
Veteran's Day: What's Open, What's ClosedVeterans Day is on Sunday, but it is observed on Monday. Here is a list of what’s open and closed for the holiday.
650 Laid Off BankAtlantic Employees Offered Jobs The 650 Bank Atlantic employees made jobless after BB&T bought the Fort Lauderdale-based bank have been offered jobs by BB&T.
Single Mom Finds Money, Friendship In "People Like Us" A pile of money falls into the hands of a single mom down on her romantic and financial luck in the new drama-comedy "People Like Us".
Report: SunTrust Hiking Checking Account FeesIf you’re a customer of SunTrust bank, get ready to pay higher fees on most of the bank services you depend on.
Florida Banks Doing Better, Feds SayFlorida's federally insured banks and savings institutions posted a combined net income of $174 million for the period ending March 31, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation said. The first quarter figures were up 26.1 percent.
Foreclosure Settlement Should Benefit S. Fla.After more than a year of negotiations, five major banks will pay approximately $26 billion to American homeowners for the banks roles in foreclosure abuses including the robosigning scandals that ravaged the industry.
What's Open/Closed On Columbus DayA list of agencies that are open or closed on Columbus Day, Monday October 10, 2011
No Orange Hair, Short-Shorts For Lake County KidsFlorida schools have lots of problems. The state cut budgets to the bone, and local taxpayers are hard pressed to make up the difference. Teachers are being fired. Programs are being cut. And in Lake County, in the heart of the state, the response from the school board is to ban students from wearing orange hair, bangs, and make-up that hides their eyes.
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