Nothing and $8.
That’s the projected “hurricane tax” to bail out state-run insurer Citizens if the worst storm in modern Florida history, Hurricane Andrew, were to return in the 2013 hurricane season that began this weekend.
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The Palm Beach Post requested from Citizens Property Insurance Corp. what assessments its customers and others would have to pay after various 2013 storms. The newspaper asked for examples of policies with a $2,000 annual premium.