More Americans Living Paycheck to Paycheck No Matter The Income BracketThe number of people living paycheck to paycheck is on the rise, for consumers across all income brackets.
More Parents Are Talking To Their Kids About Money, When To Spend A survey from the investment management firm T. Rowe Price found that 47 percent of parents spoke to their kids about money at least once a week last year. That's up from 35 percent in 2017.
Tax Day Is Coming And There Are Changes Every Tax Payer Needs To KnowTax Day is usually on April 15th, but this year it's been extended to May 17th because of the pandemic and there are changes taxpayers should be aware of.
Tax Service Company Says IRS Will Reissue Stimulus Checks Sent To Wrong Bank AccountsAfter the IRS sent millions of stimulus payments to the wrong bank accounts, tax preparation companies said they’ve worked with the IRS to fix the error.
Miami's Jeff Bezos Close To Losing Title As 'World's Richest'The founder of Amazon and Miami Palmetto Senior High graduate, Jeff Bezos is precariously close to losing his title of world's richest person to Bill Gates.
FDLE Seeks $3.6 Million For Project Designed To Detect 'Violent Extremists, Lone Actors'A project designed to detect “homegrown violent extremists and lone actors” before they attack is estimated to cost the Florida Department of Law Enforcement millions of dollars --- and agency officials want lawmakers to start paying for parts of it next year.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Reports Dip In Net WorthGov. Ron DeSantis’ net worth dropped nearly 9 percent in 2018 as he left Congress and made a successful run for governor.
Money Continues Flowing To Former Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum CommitteeFormer Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum’s political committee, Forward Florida, which is playing a key role in Gillum’s voter-registration drive, received nearly $370,000 in May, according to a campaign finance report filed Monday.
Florida's Unemployment Rate Dips To 3.4 PercentFlorida’s unemployment rate dropped slightly from March to April, according to numbers released Friday by the state Department of Economic Opportunity.
Minimum Wage Measure Ready For Florida Supreme CourtA proposed constitutional amendment that would raise Florida’s minimum wage has cleared its first hurdle.
Lawmakers Could Add $25 Million To Florida Bright FuturesFlorida lawmakers next week will consider pumping an additional $25.3 million into the Bright Futures scholarship program amid higher-than-expected student participation this year.
Florida Unemployment Drops To Lowest Level In 12 YearsFlorida’s unemployment rate dropped to 3.3 percent in November, the lowest level it’s been in 12 years.
Dow Surges Nearly 550 Points After Fed Hints Rate Hikes Will SlowWednesday was a good day on Wall Street.
Harness The Holiday Spirit This #GivingTuesdayNow that the shopping sprees are behind most of us, it’s time to kick off the charitable season.
Unemployment In Florida At 3.4 Percent, Lowest Since January 2007The state's unemployment rate is 3.4 percent, which is the lowest level since January 2007.