When the housing bubble burst, dozens of condo associations faced huge losses of income due to delinquent owners. The answer for dozens of associations became a court appointed receiver who would be in charge of rescuing distressed units and bringing in money to the association. But as Eliott Rodriguez and CBS4 Investigates discovered, critics say the solution has become a twisted problem that is currently unfolding in front of local judges.
Ever been “steamed” at your insurance company over a health care claim or denial? Some doctors are too, and it has nothing to do with Obamacare. Now, many physicians are starting to bypass insurance companies in exchange for patients paying them directly. CBS4’s Brian Andrews reports… “The Doctor Will See Your Cash Now.”
The old saying that “pimpin’ ain’t easy,” doesn’t seem to apply to pimps in some of the nation’s largest cities. While they break the law, the pimps are also breaking the bank.
Venezuelans traveling to Florida and other popular destinations will no longer be allowed to spend as much money during their trip.
Does your spouse or live-in partner keep you from using your own credit cards, make you feel guilty about your shopping habits or make you show receipts for your purchases? If so, you could be in a relationship with a financial bully!
If you want to buy property in the state of Florida, there’s one thing that you need to get it done: cold, hard cash.
Shoppers beware: retailers are increasingly using psychological tricks to get you to make more, and in some cases, different purchases.
It sounds like the set-up to a joke, but a bizarre incident Monday involving a stolen golf cat, a John Deer Gator cart, two fire extinguishers, and Nova Southeastern University has led to multiple charges against Dori Cash, 42, of Pembroke Pines.
Jackson Health System announced an unprecedented budget surplus Wednesday of nearly $45.8 million dollars.
You’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.”