Minutes after President Barack Obama finished his annual State of the Union address before a joint session of Congress, Senator Marco Rubio stepped before the cameras and into the national spotlight to deliver the Republican response.
The Sunshine State’s financial forecast was made a bit cloudy by the fiscal cliff deal reached by Congress on Tuesday. So was yours.
Scott on Thursday spoke to a national convention of Realtors where he said he’ll seek legislation that increases the number of businesses that are exempt from paying the tax.
President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney clashed one final time on the national stage Monday night at Lynn University in a debate that was supposed to focus on foreign policy but went off the rails at several points throughout the night.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney may be dealing with the toughest crisis of his campaign thanks to the release of a video from a private fundraiser that showed Romney making disparaging comments about President Barack Obama’s supporters and others.
Will we finally see the Economy improve here and around the country in 2012, and what will happen to our Investments, Homes and Jobs? That’s the question on a lot of people’s minds around South […]
The state government is expected to face another shortfall over the next two years ranging from $1.3 to $1.7 billion according to state economists.
The fourth fiscal quarter has gotten off to a rocky start on Wall Street; but there are new signs the U.S. economy is improving, even if it’s just minor gains.
Florida Governor Rick Scott’s budget has been based on a pro-business, anti-tax platform. But, going too far in that direction carries as much risk as having too much government intervention.
New numbers from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation showed 2010 was the worst year for bank failures in the United States since 1992 during the height of the savings-and-loan crisis.