We have compiled a list of websites that we have found to be helpful resources of information for your business and personal accounting needs.


The Internal Revenue Service
Home of the IRS on the Web.

Social Security
Visit Social Security On-line to check your benefits, learn about medicare, or get employment disability assistance.

California Attorney General
Search the CAG database and view tax returns filed by California charities to see how the charity spends your money.

Franchise Tax Board
Franchise Tax Board


Money Magazine
Money Magazine offers an online edition that is a great resource for financial information.

Bank Rates
Current information on money rates for home loans and other loans as well as savings deposits

National Tuition Savings Programs
For information on Tuition Savings Plans nationwide, visit this site sponsored by the National Association of State Treasurers.

California’s ScholarShare Tuition Program
It’s never too early to start savings for college. ScholarShare offers a tax-advantaged way to put aside money for a child–xyaxy–s college education.

National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators
Visit this site for links to official state by state sites to search for unclaimed property.


It’s Deductible
Save thousands of dollars on your tax return when you give items to charities. Determine the Value of Your Donations – ItsDeductibleâ„¢ contains thousands of accurate fair-market-values for the most common items that you donate to charity. Items such as adult and child’s clothing, designer clothing, household goods, sporting equipment, toys, games, consumer electronics, and much more are valued in GOOD, FAIR, and POOR condition, ensuring you have the most accurate value for your donation possible. By using ItsDeductible–xyaxy–s QuickEntry screens, entering your donated items becomes quick and easy.


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