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Debt Consolidation in Florida

Florida MapFor many outsiders looking in, Florida appears to be a great place to live and work. Visitors will find 1,800 miles of coastline, the largest number of golf courses of any State, beautiful sunny weather year-round. However, Florida also includes 19 million residents that have felt the impact of a weaker housing market, fledgling job market and recent credit crisis. Like the majority of States in the U.S., many residents of Florida are struggling to pay-off debt.

The reality is that many Florida residents were hit hard by the housing market and job losses. While many have recovered, to a certain degree, many are still spinning their wheels to get ahead and never quite accomplishing much. Living paycheck to paycheck can feel disabling and very stressful for anyone unable to improve their financial picture. As with many challenges, the best course of action to improve oneís financial situation is to ask for help from an expert.

Debt consolidation companies are one option to help take control of monthly obligations and your financial future. Many debt consolidation companies take the outstanding balance of all debts and create one loan with affordable monthly payments. Many top debt consolidation companies not only offer professional assistance with managing debt but educational information about staying out of debt in years to come.

 

Florida corporate tax separates blue, red in governor's race

A tax Republican Gov. Rick Scott once campaigned on eliminating has emerged as a big-dollar, central clash between the candidates fighting to succeed him. In a move setting him apart from usually tax- ...

Published:  Sun, 16 Sep 2018 15:46:00 GMT



Gillum seeks 40% hike in corporate income tax

In a move setting him apart from usually tax-averse Florida candidates, Democrat Andrew Gillum has called for a stunning 40 percent increase in Florida's corporate income tax, which he wants to use to ...

Published:  Sat, 15 Sep 2018 23:42:00 GMT



OPPAGA Shields Transit-Tax Audit Work Plan from Hillsborough Voters

If the statutorily required audit of the government agencies receiving the tax windfall was supposed ... therefore exempt under section 11.51(4), Florida Statutes." This is the second time ...

Published:  Sun, 16 Sep 2018 22:28:00 GMT



More Florida counties are voting to raise local taxes for schools. Is it a message to lawmakers

In a video that appeared on YouTube in mid-May, the Republican-controlled Florida House of Representatives said "union bosses and their media allies" were pushing a "myth." It wasn't true, they said, ...

Published:  Mon, 10 Sep 2018 15:08:00 GMT



$1 billion Florida tax hike Andrew Gillum proposes increasing state corporate tax

A TV attack ad portrays Florida Democrat Andrew Gillum as so "far out" that he is on another planet. "Gillum wants to increase Florida taxes by a billion dollars. Disaster for the economy," says an ad ...

Published:  Fri, 14 Sep 2018 08:05:00 GMT



Sarasota Democratic candidates not all behind Gillum tax plan

Among the policy proposals put forward by Democratic candidate for governor Andrew Gillum, one that has attracted considerable attention is plan to increase Florida's corporate income tax rate to help ...

Published:  Sat, 15 Sep 2018 19:44:00 GMT



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