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August is the hottest month in Florida. There are more days with recorded temperatures over 90 degrees than any other month. On even a warm day your vehicle acts like a greenhouse. It absorbs the light through the glass...
On Tuesday, July 22, two separate court rulings came down that could affect the close to one million Florida residents with health care coverage through the Affordable Care Act, (ACA). “These contradictory rulings could jeopardize Floridians who rely on government...
May through September are the most popular months to move in the U.S., according to the National Association of Moving and Storage. Kids are out of school making transitions a little easier and market availability for rental property increases...
On July 4th Americans across this country express their devotion to the United States of America by celebrating Independence Day.  On July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was officially adopted, declaring the 13 colonies claimed their liberation from...
As baby boomers begin approaching their 70’s, senior drivers will be dominating Florida roadways. State officials estimate by 2030, one in four Florida drivers will be 65 or older. “It is important for senior drivers to maintain their driving independence,...
Before heading off on vacation this summer, add “review current insurance policies,” to your to do list. This will give you the security that your family is protected while traveling and your property and possessions are secured while you...
Many people are under the false assumption that only those who are wealthy and renowned get sued; unfortunately, this could not be further from the truth. We live in a litigious society. Lawsuits are common and they can happen to...
Who knew summer, the most carefree and relaxing time of the year could be filled with so many hazards? To piggyback on the previous blog post, we will continue looking at some of the ways to keep you safe during...
Hurricane season runs from June 1 - November 30. To encourage Florida residents to prepare for hurricane season, May 31 - June 8 is Hurricane Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday. During this 9 day period, Floridians can purchase designated hurricane supplies from...
Florida homeowners will begin to experience a slight decrease in the cost of their property insurance this year thanks to the reduction in reinsurance costs. Reinsurance is an added layer of coverage that insurance companies purchase to help them pay...