There are many great sites on the World Wide Web but trying to actually find those great sites can be a frustrating experience. We have compiled a list of Websites that we have found to be helpful resources of information. When you click on a link, a new window will pop up. Close the window when you are ready to return to this page.
SeeThtough NY gives New Yorkers a clearer view of how their state and lcoal tax dollars are spent. It is a web portal - and more. There taxpayers can share, analyze and compare data from counties, cities, towns, villages, school districts and public authorities throughout New York.
Saving for College
College savings site locator. Information on all states 529/Coverdell plans. Also has a 529 evaluator tool to compare features, plan sponsors, tax savings and costs of various 529 plans.
NYS Higher Education Services Corp.
The NYS agency that helps people pay for college by administering the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) guaranteeing student loan, offering guidance and administering college savings programs for students and families.
The Internal Revenue Service
Home of the IRS on the Web. However, if you need downloadable forms (W-4s, SS4, etc.) or publications, please check our website INFO SECTION section first.
U.S. State Department
Website for the U.S. State Department - for information on travel outside the U.S. and for citizens living abroad. A source of information on international relations and other countries & their governments.
New York State Dept. of Taxation
Find answers to all of your NYS tax problems and issues here. You can also download various government forms (tax, auto title, registration, etc.) from this website for your use.
New York State Home Page
This site covers just about everything to do with living, working, and doing business in New York. Its includes motor vehicle registration info and forms, driver license info and forms, labor matters, unemployment info and forms, etc.
Federal and State Government Statistics
Find data about the U.S., such as maps and population, demographic, and economic data. Many federal and state government agencies have statistical information on a wide range of topics. State and local government agencies also compile and maintain statistical information. You may need to do further research to find out which agency has the information you're looking for or can help you find it. This site has MANY links to help you find the information that you are looking for.
Social Security Administration
All answers to social security related questions can be found on the official site of the Social Security Administration.
U.S. Department of Labor
The official site for federal wage & hour laws, federal disability, OSHA, Womens Bureau, Employee Benefits Security Administration, Veterans Employment, Employment Standards, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and others. Also has links to all States labor department websites.
New York State Department of Labor
Information for Employers and Employees in New York.
The federal government publishes websites and databases that provide quick answers to questions most commonly asked by citizens and businesses. Great resource for small business owners adking about complying with business laws and regulations and applying for government assistance.
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission
Resource for Investor information and public company filings. Here is a complete list of all public companies filings (financial information), foreign and domestic, and a instructions for searching the EDGAR (Electronic Data Gathering and Retrieval) Database.
Florida - All Tax & Goverment Agencies
Your current source for all of your questions about taxation and government in Florida.
Canada Revenue Agency
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) (formerly Revenue Canada under the Federal Identity Program) is a federal agency that administers tax laws for the Government of Canada.
Check IRS Refund Status
Track your tax return through the IRS website.
Check NY Tax Refund Status
Check the status of your New York State personal income tax refund online.
Obtain an IRS Letter to Verify Your Tax ID Number
If you previously applied for and received a Tax ID number (aka EIN) for your business, but have since misplaced it, or, need an IRS letter verifying that number, the IRS lists the actions for you to locate or get a copy of that number.