Articles relating to "Hurricanes":
CoreLogic: 6.5M U.S. homes at risk for storm surge (7/11/2014)
An analysis of homes along the U.S. coastlines from Texas to Maine found Fla. had nearly 2.5M homes at risk and $490B in total potential damage exposure.
It’s here: The 2014 Fla. hurricane season (6/2/2014)
For the next six months, Floridians face the possibility storms. For now, families should know what to do, where to go and what to have on hand in an emergency.
Starts tomorrow: No sales tax on hurricane supplies (5/30/2014)
Consumers in Florida have nine days to buy limited types of flashlights, generators, batteries, tarps and more tax-free. The 2014 hurricane season starts Sunday.
Fla. schedules tax holiday for hurricane supplies (5/13/2014)
Gov. Scott signed a bill that nixes state sales tax for nine days starting May 31 to give Fla. homeowners a price break as they prepare for possible storms.
S. Fla. deadline for SBA disaster loans: March 31 (2/28/2014)
Broward, Glades, Hendry, Martin, Okeechobee and Palm Beach county businesses and homeowners hurt by Jan. 9-10 storms could qualify for low-interest loans.