A group of Atlanta Braves fans, sporting the team’s jerseys and caps, were walking along Dunedin’s Douglas Avenue about two hours before their team played the Toronto Blue Jays. One of the fans was overheard saying that he arrived from North Port, home of the Braves’ spring training complex, and was

Graduating from college during the Great Recession of the late 2000s was a daunting experience, indeed. It was hard for young graduates to be picky about their career offerings—there weren’t very many. It was the same for Ali St. Cyr, now broker and owner of Tomlin St. Cyr Real Estate

After a year of canceled events, golf tournaments are back in full swing with The PGA TOUR’s Valspar Championship kicking off this week and St. Pete Fools Charity Club holding its first annual golf tournament on Sunday, May 2. Both tournaments will raise money for philanthropic causes. In 2019, the Valspar Championship,

With newly vaccinated, jet-setting Tampa Bay area residents anxiously waiting to see when the world—especially Europe—would reopen for travel, it’s welcome news that Greece has removed its COVID-19 travel restrictions. Consider this a “pre-opening” as the official reopening date is May 14, but travelers from the European Union, the United States,

By Kathy Hargreaves, CPA/CFP/CPC & Dawn Morgan, CPA COVID has been a disrupter for change everywhere and it has permanently altered our expectations about the way physicians, and other providers, approach the delivery of health care. When the virus was recognized as a critical threat, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued a

After a one-year delay, the Arians Family Foundation Golf Classic will tee off at Innisbrook on April 18-19. The event, the seventh since the foundation was launched and the 14th the family has hosted, will be the first in Florida after last year’s tournament was canceled due to the pandemic. “Innisbrook really

Like the rest of the country, Florida has had a challenging year. The state’s first coronavirus restrictions began more than a year ago. Companies, statewide, have had to adjust to a changing business environment. The Sunshine State has met its enterprise challenges, drawing companies nationwide, since the coronavirus began. Like

Chronic pain, or discomfort, exacts a heavy toll on overall health. As the months turn to years, and little relief is found, patients suffer both physically, and emotionally, with often dire mental health consequences. As a young boy, Dr. C. Randall Harrell witnessed the daily suffering of his mother and watched

The travel industry took a hit in 2020 while stay-at-home orders and travel restrictions meant people were not going anywhere, or at least, not going as far as often. “This year has been a year like no other, but we have since rebounded,” says Brett Fay, Director of General Aviation at

By Brian Leidel, CPA, CFP, PFS, shareholder with Kerkering, Barberio & Co. On the surface, establishing and operating a law firm seems like any other business: hang a shingle, perform services for clients, bill and collect, pay staff and overhead, and share profits among the owners. However, many important accounting and