Florida homeowners brace for potential hurricane tax

var _bp = _bp||[]; _bp.push({ “div”: “Brid_93649267”, “obj”: {“id”:”21403″,”stats”:{“wp”:1},”title”:”Florida homeowners brace for potential hurricane tax”,”video”:”1397088″,”width”:”16″,”height”:”9″}}); Many Florida homeowners are worried a hurricane tax

could be looming over the state as hurricane season is in high gear. While Hurricane Idalia spared Southwest Florida, th


re is fear that another big storm to any part of the state could leave everyone paying for repair bills for years to come. If a private insurance company gets hit with a big


torm and they can’t afford to pay out… they can go bankrupt.  However, state-run Citizens can’t go belly up, so that leaves people statewide —

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