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Miami Condo Boards Ripping Off Consumers

Almost everyone in SoFlo has read the Miami Herald’s article about condominium boards thumbing their noses at the law by charging exorbitant fees. Just because people don’t know it’s illegal does not make it alright. Instead of charging the $100

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Words Can Never Harm You (Unless It’s a Cyclone)

Insurance

When you ask a citizen of a coastal area in Florida or Louisiana what they fear the most, hurricanes are likely to get top billing. These tropical cyclones can range anywhere from sixty to well over 2500 miles in diameter,

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Insurance Scoring Explained

Insurance

You may have heard the terms “insurance score” and “insurance credit score” but not really have understood them. Despite the presence of the word “credit,” this has nothing to do with your credit score, but is instead based on the

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Buckle Up, Kids! New Changes to Florida’s Car Seat Laws

Child safety

Finding a seat in a full car just got a lot easier for children ages 5 and under, at least in Florida. According to WFLA.com, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles reported that close to 150 children

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Avoid Turkey Day Disaster: Safety Tips for Thanksgiving

Safety Tips for Thanksgiving

Just about everyone is getting ready for the holidays. With Thanksgiving on the horizon, people tune up their cars to take long drives to see faraway relatives in safety, kitchens are cleaned from top to bottom in preparation for one

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The Ultimate Guide to Identity Protection for Cyber Monday

Identoty Protection, Identity Theft, Cyber Monday

The holiday shopping season should be a time of having fun with friends and chasing great deals. Unfortunately, plenty of less than savory individuals in the digital world can’t wait to take advantage of you on Cyber Monday. Just like

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