Celebrate Earth Day 2017

Saturday April, 22 is Earth Day. Celebrations are happening throughout the state from Panama City, St. Augustine, Orlando, Miami, Key West and more. It’s a day to raise awareness about …

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Advil, Tylenol, or Aleve?

When most people experience pain, they reach into the medicine cabinet for a bottle of over-the-counter pain killer. But, not all pain medications are created equal. “Choosing the right OTC …

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Drought conditions spark wildfire warning

Recently, an illegal burn outside of Jacksonville was the source of serious damage. Fire officials report 10-15 homes were destroyed or damaged and more than 150 people were evacuated from …

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DUI ignition interlock bill gains momentum

Harsher penalties are looming for first-time drunk driving offenders. A Florida bill (HB 949) that requires an ignition interlock device installed in a driver’s car after their first drunk driving …

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Beat Spring Allergies

Blooming trees along with warmer and longer days, let us know spring is around the corner. Unfortunately, for many Floridians spring is miserable due to allergies. “This time of year, …

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Do I Need Boat Insurance?

While Florida does not require you to get boat insurance before you register your vessel, boat insurance is a good idea. Boat insurance offers protection from the responsibility of owning, …

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Consumer Reports Names Top Vehicles for 2017

This week, Consumer Reports released their annual report of the top 10 trucks and cars for 2017. “This list is esteemed because Consumer Reports in a non-profit and independent agency,” …

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Maximize Your Health Insurance Policy

Your health insurance plan is a contract between you and your insurance company but do you really know what is in it? “Completely understanding your health insurance benefits can save …

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Taking Advantage of Tax Credits

Tax filing season is among us. For many, this conjures up feelings of dread. But, money can be saved. Frequently tax credits and deductions are overlooked, costing you money in …

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Red Light Cameras Hang Around

The controversial Florida red-light camera program will continue. The Florida legislature refused a ban on the cameras. A tied vote led the Senate Transportation Committee to reject the measure. “Reducing accidents …

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