Transparency ensures accountability, and Floridians can see how money they send to their government is spent through state budgets, contracts, and more resources.
The Department of Financial Services is tasked by statute to provide a way for state agencies to report their contracts to the public via FACTS. State contracts can be searched by agency name, dollar value, vendor name, or commodity/service type.
See where tax dollars go in the state budget from how much a family may pay in state taxes based on their annual adjusted money income and their taxable expenditures.
The inside track on Florida's financial health, Florida's Bottom Line is an in-depth quarterly financial newsletter, with timely statistics and news via the website.
Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater’s Your Money Matters website offers a variety of financial tools and resources including Credit and Debit, Saving and Spending, Life Events, Small Business, Games and Calculators.
Unclaimed property held by the state consists of money from dormant accounts in financial institutions, insurance and utility companies, securities and trust holdings, and includes tangible property from abandoned safe deposit boxes.
CFO Atwater is committed to ensuring seniors have the information they need about insurance and financial transactions, so they can stay on guard to make sound decisions.
Insurance Fraud is attempting to locate these subjects in reference to outstanding warrants. The Division of Insurance Fraud is the law enforcement arm that investigates all types of insurance fraud and insurance agent crimes.
The Division of Consumer Services helps consumers make informed insurance and financial decisions. Our dedicated and experienced staff are trained in the 26 different categories of insurance. Consumer assistance and protection is our mission.
Holocaust survivors and their families in Florida are being assessed an international wire transfer fee on each payment the survivor receives. In partnership with financial institutions in Florida, CFO Atwater has taken action to have the wire transfer fee waived. Fee waiver forms are available for Holocaust survivors to send to their financial institution.
We want to help you navigate the changes in the Affordable Care Act and empower you with information on how it will affect you and your family.
One out of every five adults 65 and older has been the victim of a financial scam. The Operation S.A.F.E Be Scam Smart workshops aim to inform, empower, and protect Florida's seniors from financial scams and fraud. New workshops are scheduled. You may request a workshop in your area.
The Division of Agent and Agency Services provides licensing and compliance requirements and registration for insurance agents, adjusters and agencies; bail bond, warranty, title and other agents, and provides bulletins, memorandums, industry links, laws and rules, and other information on the insurance industry.
Servicemembers and their families can face challenges when managing their finances. Here you will find information and resources designed to help you protect, grow, and manage your finances whether serving at home or abroad.
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The weekly Dollars & Sense Newsletter will keep you up-to-date on the latest news affecting the citizens of Florida.
The "Florida's Bottom Line" quarterly Newsletter will provide information on the status of Florida's financial health and future economic outlook.