Good News For Those Who Haven't Filed Their Taxes YetThere’s good news for those who have waited to do their taxes. This year everyone has three days left to file them.
US Is Emerging As A Tax Haven Alongside Switzerland, CaymansWhile the U.S. scolds and pressures countries that help the rich and famous hide their money from tax collectors, critics say it should look closer to home.
Treasury Dept. Tightens Corp. Tax Rules Amid 'Panama Papers' BacklashThe Treasury Department is making it harder for corporations to use tax loopholes following a massive leak dubbed the 'Panama Papers' that shows how the rich and famous hid billions of dollars offshore.
Bailout Approved For Frost Science Museum In Downtown Miami-Dade commissioners approved a plan to bailout the Frost Science Museum.
'Panama Papers' Chilling Effect On Miami's Housing MarketA Panama-based law firm is under fire after documents leaked allegedly showed them helping the rich and famous hide money offshore.
Millennials Saving More Money Than Most, Study FindsNearly a quarter of all working Americans save nothing from their paychecks. But some of us are doing well fattening up the bank account.
Uber To Give Drivers Option To Be Paid InstantlyUber is launching a new pilot program that would allow drivers to get their pay faster in an effort to fend off emerging payday lenders that target the drivers.
Gov. Scott Plans To Veto $256 Million From New Budget Florida Gov. Rick Scott plans to veto more than $256 million from a new state budget passed by legislators days ago.
50 Cent: Secret Service Asking About 'Prop' Money He's already explained himself to a bankruptcy court judge, but50 Cent says the Secret Service is now asking about the wads of "prop" money he used in social media posts.
Trimmed Tax Package Ready For VoteFlorida lawmakers are set to approve a tax-cut package on the final day of the legislative session.
Wild Day On Wall Street Leads To Sharp DropsAfter sinking more than 500 points at one point on Wednesday, stocks did manage to recover by closing.
Florida Legislators Could Have Less Money To Spend This Year Florida state legislators may have less money to spend this year than previously planned.