New federal rules to expand federal student loan forgiveness for certain borrowers have been suspended by the U.S. Department of Education, pending further review.
According to a July 2017 report by the Foundation for Excellence in Education, Florida’s charter school sector is one of the largest and fastest-improving in the nation.
For the first time in the 88 years of the MLB All-Star game, the event was hosted in Miami, and the local economy cashed in.
As you wander through the Publix Supermarket trying to decide what to make for dinner you may soon notice a new service.
A new survey from TaxWatch finds that very few Floridians are aware of the Commission
Reducing premiums has become a top priority for the business community this session, focusing on reducing attorney fees.
Legislation aims to make it easier for Florida's foster children to obtain their first driver's license
About 26 percent of Floridians meet the USDA’s food desert distance criteria
Transparency in pharmaceutical pricing has the potential to save Floridians money while helping to control the rising cost of care via competition.
It's the 2nd annual #reentryweek and we still have a long way to go
The Legislature needs to put aside their differences and negotiate a fiscally responsible budget all Floridians can be proud of.
Florida TaxWatch commends the House and Senate for passing this important bill. CS/CS/SB 80 now goes to Governor Scott for consideration.
While TaxWatch believes Mayor Curry’s plan is a step in the right direction, there is still work left to be done.
The proposed border-adjusted tax system could have a significant negative impact on Florida if reinsurance is included.
SB 808 is now scheduled to go to the full Senate Appropriations Committee for consideration.
New rankings from U.S. News & World Report put Florida atop the list
Yesterday the governor announced that the Trump Administration had committed to $1.5 billion in LIP funding, solving a huge budget gap for Florida.
Attorney General Bondi’s MFCU protects Floridians from the neglect and exploitation of Medicaid defrauders, saving Florida millions of dollars.
Principal Leadership Award Winner visits the Capitol to talk about assessments
Maybe, but member projects are here to stay
After hosting the Pro Bowl, and with March Madness on the horizon, Orlando is poised to score big.
If you own non-homestead property, there is a chance you will be seeing a significant tax increase on that property in 2019.
The booming cruise industry is a significant driver of the state’s job market and, according to a recent report, is directly responsible for 138,300 Florida jobs.
An op-ed from President & CEO Dominic Calabro