Here are some websites we think you might find useful and interesting.
Check your Federal Refund
Check your State Refund
District of Columbia
This link will help you chart the dollar against any foreign currency
This site will give you the most up-to-date information on constantly fluctuating rates
Check stock quotes, and track the day's financial news
A great source of information for your personal finance needs. Get access to quotes, stock research, and news
CBS Marketwatch provides links to financial news, stock quotes, IRA resources, stock picks and more
Excellent website designed by AICPA with articles and tools for every stage of your life (Childhood through Retirement & Estate Planning).
Good starting point for market information, including historical pricing.
The goal of the AICPA's "Feed the Pig" public service campaign is to encourage the 40 million Americans age 25 to 34 to take control of their personal finances (spend less, save more).
Site designed for young people considering a career in accounting.
Social Security Administration administers retirement, medicare, disability and other benefits
Programs and services to help you start, grow and succeed
U.S. Department of Commerce
A catalog of Free and low-cost federal publications that may be of interest to you. Also contains a lot of important consumer information
You may use the Apply ONLINE NOW link at the bottom of this IRS website to apply for an EIN# online.
Additional resources from US Dept of Labor concerning employer posters required for small businesses.
This AL website contains instructions for forming and dissolving corporations as well as voting information.
Alabama Treasury site contains information on Unclaimed Property, College Savings plans, financial literacy.
Use this tool to review your FDIC insurance protection based on account ownership structure at each bank.
The IRS website has many great tax resources for you
This form is used to determine federal income tax withholding
Site provides quick and easy access to a variety of state and local tax information, tailored to meet the needs of taxpayer, business, and practitioner communities.
Scroll down to the bottom of this page to access individual and corporate AL income tax forms.
The Salvation Army publishes suggested amounts to claim as deductions for donated clothing, furniture, etc on its website based on FMV from resale at its thrift stores.
Free online tax research resource and community.
You may qualify to file your own income taxes online for free.
use this tool to make sure you are having enough Fed tax withheld from your paycheck (see Downloads tab for W-4)
use this site to determine if you qualify for the Rebate Credit - a second chance stimulus payment of sorts
Businesses and individuals can use this site to make online tax payments for a variety of tax types (income, payroll, estimated taxes).
The IRS has created an online payment agreement (OPA) application that allows individual taxpayers who owe delinquent federal income taxes to self-qualify, apply for a payment agreement, and receive immediate notification of approval.
Local Chamber of Commerce.
Local newspaper serving Cullman county.
Regional Better Business Bureau.
Mapping application used by Cullman County property tax appraisers. A searchable online plat map of public property tax records.
Use this site to pay Federal and State taxes by credit card. A convenience fee applies.
Use this link to file & pay sales taxes for Cullman County/City of Cullman.
site contains information about annual Alabama sales tax holiday and which items qualify.
Walt Mossberg from the Wall Street Journal writes weekly columns dealing with personal technology. Wed = Mossberg Solution, Thur = Personal Technology and Mossberg's Mailbox.
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