Florida Homeowner’s Guide To Hosting On Airbnb

If you are a homeowner in the state of Florida, you have no doubt heard about the millions of dollars Floridians make each year renting out their homes and spare rooms to short-term renters online. However, if you have been following local news, you also know that there has been a lot of debate about how short-term rentals should be regulated and by whom.

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Estate Plan Spring Cleaning

Do not put your tax documents away just yet! With tax day last week and the feeling of spring in the air, this week is a great time to get into some spring cleaning. No, we do not mean power washing the deck or shampooing the carpets. Spring – especially at the end of tax season – is the perfect moment to review and update your estate plan.

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Kira Doyle
Flood Insurance and Florida Real Estate Sales

When purchasing Florida real estate one must always be mindful of the need for proper insurance. As the recent hurricane season reminded us all, Florida is prone to flooding. Indeed, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) considers the entire State of Florida a “flood zone.” And most homeowners insurance policies do not cover flood damage.

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Kira Doyle
Business Owners May See Potential Windfall from New Tax Bill

Due to its highly touted “business friendly” nature, the new Republican tax bill, which recently passed both the House and Senate, has been highly anticipated by many business owners. This bill is known as the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” both the House and Senate versions reduce tax rates, adjust tax structures, and revamp tax benefits for businesses to stimulate economic growth.

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Jessi Patton