The Future of Florida’s Property Taxes and Property Values

Construction cranes on large buildings being erected in downtown Tampa Channelside district, seen in aerial panoramic views, March 20, 2020. Photo and Caption: TetKabrit/Shutterstock.com As the state economy tries to bounce back from closures due to the coronavirus pandemic, many Floridians are worried about how the housing market will be affected in 2020 going into

Florida Bar Exam Will Still Be Held in July Despite COVID-19 Pandemic

Symbol of law and justice with the Florida state flag in the background. Photo: Lukasz Stefanski/Shutterstock.com The Florida Board of Bar Examiners has made the decision to move forward with the Florida Bar exam on July 28 and 29. The Florida Supreme Court has approved the plan. That makes Florida the largest jurisdiction to administer

Thousands of Floridians Want Answers After Being Deemed “Ineligible” for Unemployment Benefits

Unemployment claim form on an office table. Photo: Vitalii Vodolazskyi/Shutterstock.com Since mid-March, nearly 268,000 Floridians have been denied unemployment benefits. About 40 percent of all claims in the state have been processed so far. But two out of every five people are flagged as ineligible for state benefits. As of the morning of April 29,

Florida High School Seniors to Graduate Virtually AND Attend In-Person Ceremonies After Stay-at Home Orders Expire

Students in the Little Miami High School Class of 2019 on Sunday, May 19, 2019. Photo: www.littlemiamischools.com/ High school graduation is more than an end-of-the-year tradition in American high schools. It’s a right of passage in a way. To be able to go to a large venue in a cap and gown to celebrate four