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. We will continue to add useful links, so check back regularly.
Kelley Blue Book
What's your car worth? What should you pay for that used car?
Microsoft Money Central
Up to the minute market updates and useful financial information.
Kiplinger Personal Finance
Valuable personal finance web site. Check out the valuable "tools" section.
The new way of obtaining the immigration and citizenship status of a new employee quickly and securely online.
California Legislation Information
Official State Legislative site. Search and review California law by code section or track the status of pending bills.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Useful information such as the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
State of California
Official web site for the state of California.
Social Security Administration
Web site with useful information on social security and medicare.
Web Site of the White House. Contains a tour and history and contains many useful links to other governmental agencies.
Health Care Reform Resources
Section 529 College Savings Plans
Online resource for information on section 529 college savings plans.
MSNBC - Microsoft & NBC
MSNBC for up to the minute news. Many of the news articles have audio and video clips.
Money Magazine offers an online edition that is a great resource for financial information.
The Internal Revenue Service
Home of the IRS on the Web. Complete with tax information and blank forms.
Franchise Tax Board
State of California income tax authority web site. Contains tax resources and blank forms.
California Tax Credits for Small Businesses
For businesses that want to locate or stay and grow in California.
Tax credit agreements are negotiated between taxpayers and GO-Biz and are approved by the California Competes Tax Credit Committee (Committee). The Committee consists of the State Treasurer, the Director of the Department of Finance, the Director of GO-Biz, and one appointee each by the Speaker of the Assembly and Senate Committee on Rules. For more information on how to obtain a credit agreement, visit the GO-Biz website.