Helpful Internet Links

Here are some helpful Web Sites.

I R S / Government Links

New IRS Site for homeowners who have lost homes

This can have tax consequences but the IRS unveils special relief provisions that can reduce or eliminate the tax bite. Call us to help you consider your options carefully before giving up your home!

Social Security benefits

An online version of the Social Security Statement is now available at The new online statement provides eligible workers with access to their social security earnings and benefit information. In February 2012, the Social Security Administration resumed mailing paper statements to workers age 60 and older if they are not already receiving social security benefits. Later this year, the agency plans to mail paper statements to workers in the year they reach age 25.

Maximize Your Social Security

This website is a software to help you maximize your social security benefits. Please note that there is a charge for this website.

Annual Credit Report

This central site allows you to request a free credit file disclosure, commonly called a credit report, once every 12 months from each of the nationwide consumer credit reporting companies: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion.

Did you sell your vehicle?

There is a new state tax law that requires those who purchase or sell a vehicle in a private sale, whether it's in or out of state, to obtain a new title within 30 calendar days or face financial penalties. This link also allows you to do a "title check".

Identity Theft

This site provides resources from the government on how to identify and combat identity theft.

Misc Links

Helping Single Mothers

Helps financially struggling single mothers to find and locate useful grants and government assistance programs.