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A & B Ins & Financial Inc
(954) 452-0997
2605 S University Dr
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33328
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A & I Financial
(954) 938-3090
5395 NE 14th Ave
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334
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Aaron Group
(904) 276-8180
752 Blanding Blvd # B120
Orange Park, FL 32065
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Abaco Investment Group
(904) 353-9097
76 S Laura St # 2111-2
Jacksonville, FL 32202
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Abern Financial
(305) 665-1688
1500 San Remo Ave Ste 250
Miami, FL 33146
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Access Insurance Planners Incc
(772) 220-2558
729 SW Federal Hwy
Stuart, FL 34994
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Accident Health & Life Undrwrt
(561) 842-1759
636 US Highway 1 Ste 110
North Palm Beach, FL 33408
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Advance Insurance Underwriters
(954) 963-6666
5201 Ravenswood Rd Ste 107
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
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Advance Settlements
(407) 296-7373
2101 Park Center Dr Ste 220
Orlando, FL 32835
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Adworks Publishing Inc
(954) 341-1751
11766 NW 1st Ct
Pompano Beach, FL 33071
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It is known as the Sunshine State. Its warm weather and its hundreds of miles of coastlines and fine white sand beaches have made Florida a popular destination for people of all ages. Families troop to this sunshiny state to bask in the warm sun, frolic in its beaches and get the feel of the white powdery sand in between their toes. College students can’t wait till spring break to have some fun, while many elderly people think of Florida as the perfect retirement place where life is easy and the weather is comfortable. You can’t help but feel the sunny optimism this state brings to the people who goes there.

Lined with hundreds of resorts and amusement centers, Florida is the perfect family getaway destination. They offer a wide variety of activities that can keep your schedule filled to the brim. Florida relies heavily on its tourism industry. Many businesses are geared to keeping the tourists happy. This thriving vacation spot is always has a spot on the top list area of any vacation lists. You have a wide variety of activities to choose from, Florida offers countless beach front resorts and packaged vacation tours that allows you to have a relaxed and wonderful time in this state. You may have to hate to have your vacation end.

Why Walt Disney has invested so much in Florida because they saw its huge potential. Now, the Walt Disney World Resort has four theme parks to their name, more than twenty hotels, shopping centers and numerous water parks plus other facilities geared for tourism. Many have joined the bandwagon investing in theme parks banking on the expected influx of tourists every year. Recently, Universal Orlando Resort has opened hoping to get a slice of that tourism pie. These resorts generate a lot of revenues for the areas they are settled in and these results to a great convenience for Florida residents; they are not levied for personal income tax. Instead it is the tourists through the sales tax that burdens the taxes.

Aside from tourism, Florida counts on their agriculture output, like their citrus industry. The banking industry has also significantly grown through the years with the influx of many businesses and because of Florida’s strategic location. Another tourist attraction but more profitable for the state for its attracting many aerospace and military industries which added revenues to the state’s coffers is the arrival of the Kennedy Space Center. Space launches has made a great spectacle for the state as well as bring in federal business.

Florida also has a good history and legacy behind it. Spanish discoverers have been around since the 1500s when Juan Ponce de Leon came in 1513 and claimed the area for Spain. He named it Florida after the Spanish adjective “flower”. Florida over the next few centuries would change hands a couple of times between French and Spanish rule. Eventually, Florida would be a part of the United States of America. This happened in 1819 with the Adam-Onis Treaty. On March 3, 1845, Florida officially became the 27th state of the United States of America.

Florida’s location at the southern tip of the United States of America on its east coast has made it a veritable mixing bowl of race, culture and era. Today, Florida is the fourth most populous state in the country and the second in the southern states.