Car repossessions are growing as Americans still struggle with high car prices and inflation.
Duke Energy Florida and Tampa Electric Co. are seeking state approval to pass along hundreds of millions of dollars in additional costs to customers because of hurricanes and higher-than-expected natural gas prices. If approved, Duke customers would see a 20% increase in their bills, while TECO's rates would go up by 10%.
As more businesses adopt digital payment methods, consumers are prompted to leave a tip at places they typically wouldn’t. Some feel it has become more frustrating as the price of items has risen because of inflation.
Job candidates can apply now for the role on the Netflix website for a chance to travel and earn a quality salary.
The softer readings add to growing signs that the worst inflation in four decades is gradually waning.
More than 15% of consumers who financed a new vehicle toward the end of 2022 committed to paying more than $1,000 a month, the highest percentage ever recorded.
The Federal Trade Commission says the rule would open new job opportunities for 30 million Americans and raise wages by $300 billion a year.
Over 66 million Americans on social security are set to receive a record-high cost of living increase in 2023.
This week, the US Census Bureau named Florida the fastest-growing state in the country. The population here grew 1.9% from 2021 to 2022.
A recent survey from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reveals most people will hop to a new job for a starting salary a little over $73,000 a year.
According to the survey, which polled 1,000 full-time U.S. employees in December, the majority of respondents (60%) felt somewhat valued or not at all valued at work.
The latest move will further heighten the costs of many consumer and business loans and increases the risk of a recession.
This is the fifth straight month with a slowdown.
The average price of a gallon of gas in Florida dropped another 12 cents in the last week, and drivers could see more relief as they travel for the holidays. Prices at the pump have plunged 42 cents since last month, and analysts say the state average could go below $3 before Christmas Day.
While the White House was quick to point out the latest numbers, AAA says seasonality is the main cause — and not everyone is seeing cheaper gas.
State regulators Tuesday approved utility costs that will translate to higher electric bills in January for homeowners and businesses — and the pain won’t end there.
More than 20 states are raising their minimum wage next year, some adjusting for inflation and others to build their way up to the called-for $15 an hour.
A plastics company will soon hire more than 500 people and grow Pasco County’s manufacturing hold in the Tampa Bay area.
High inflation is pushing more Americans to take on a side hustle.
Gas prices in Florida are continuing to drop, plunging 30 cents in just the past three weeks. A gallon of gas is now averaging $3.27 in the Sunshine State, but 11 states have gas prices below $3.