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Florida Creates New Status for Retired CPAs in the State

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On April 15, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed CS/HB 813 – Certified Public Accountants by Rep. Mike Caruso (CS/CS/SB 954), a bill that creates a new retired license status in statute for certified public accountants in Florida. “We Now, more than ever, CPAs count in the state of Florida.” We want to thank Gov.

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Florida Man Gets Prison for Not Paying $900K in Employment Taxes

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A Florida man has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for failing to pay over taxes that he withheld from his employees’ paychecks. According to court documents and evidence presented in court, Timothy Meade, of Fort Myers, Florida, operated a prison phone call service under several business names. Attorney Roger B.

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Georgia (and Florida) on My Mind

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Hurricane Idalia made landfall in Florida early Wednesday morning as a Category 3 hurricane, and with sustained winds of 125 mph or greater. The center of Idalia made landfall in the Big Bend area of the Florida Gulf Coast near Kenton Beach, at 8am. If they are available and have the time and resources, they will call you.

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Florida Bans Kids Under 14 from Using Social Media

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Florida governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill on March 25 blocking most kids from social media websites, setting up an expected court battle that could prevent the legislation from ever taking effect. By Lawrence Mower , Tampa Bay Times (via TNS). Kids 14 and 15 would need parents’ consent. This bill is a blatant act of government overreach.”

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Russell Goldberg Inducted Into University of Central Florida College of Business Hall of Fame

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Withum is proud to share that Russell Goldberg , Partner in Charge of Withum’s Orlando Office , has been inducted into the University of Central Florida College of Business Hall of Fame. Russell is a proud graduate of the University of Central Florida (UCF) Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting.

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Top Financial Reasons Florida is Attractive in Retirement

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While choosing to retire in Florida isn’t the best choice for everyone, relocating to the Sunshine State comes with its share of benefits. Of course, some people move to Florida for the warm weather and plentiful beaches, but that’s not all the state has to offer. But you may be wondering where in Florida other retirees are going.

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Florida Sales Tax Holiday Runs from Jan 1 to Jan 14

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If you’re in Florida and missed out on buying some things you wanted during the holidays, here’s some good news. A bonus New Year Florida sales tax holiday has started and will continue until mid-January. Previously, Florida had only one sales tax holiday for back-to-school shopping. Is sales tax in Florida 7%?

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