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.
The Internal Revenue Service
Home of the IRS on the Web. The IRS has definitely done a nice job on their Website.
Department of Revenue
Washington State Department of Revenue
Labor & Industries
Washington State Labor & Industries
Washington State Employment Security Department
Department of Licensing
Download or fill out online a Master Business Application
Washington State Secretary of State
Register your LLC or corporation with the Secretary of State.
BenefitsCheckUp includes more than 1,550 public and private benefits programs for the elderly from all 50 states and the District of Columbia, such as
Bridge Builders, LTD
Bridge Builders provided elder care services in Clallam County.
National Do Not Call Registry
Tired of having your mailbox crammed with unsolicited mail, including pre-approved credit card applications? Fed up with getting telemarketing calls just as you’re sitting down to dinner? Fuming that your email inbox is chock-full of unsolicited advertising? The good news is that you can cut down on the number of unsolicited mailings, calls, and emails you receive by learning where to go to “just say no.”
Unsolicited Direct Mail
The key to stopping all that unwanted advertising mail you receive at home is getting your name off the mailing lists.
Report Spam Email
If you get spam email that you think is deceptive, forward it to email@example.com. The FTC uses the spam stored in this database to pursue law enforcement actions against people who send deceptive email.
Letter to Credit Bureaus
In addition, you can notify the three major credit bureaus that you do not want personal information about you shared for promotional purposes—an important step toward eliminating unsolicited mail. Write your own letter or use the sample letter (see link above) to limit the amount of information the credit bureaus will share about you. Send your letter to each of the three major credit bureaus:
Attn: Consumer Services Dept.
901 West Bond
Lincoln, NE 68521
Name Removal Option
PO BOX 505
Woodlyn PA 19094
PO BOX 740123
Atlanta GA 30374-0123
Free Credit Report
AnnualCreditReport.com is the ONLY authorized source to get your free annual credit report under federal law. The Fair Credit Reporting Act guarantees you access to a free credit report from each of the three nationwide reporting agencies — Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion — every twelve months. The Federal Trade Commission has received complaints from consumers who thought they were ordering their free annual credit report, but instead paid hidden fees or agreed to unwanted services. Don’t be fooled by TV ads, email offers, or online search results. Go to AnnualCreditReport.com when you request your free report.
You need to provide your name, address, Social Security number, and date of birth. If you have moved in the last two years, you may have to provide your previous address. To maintain the security of your file, each nationwide consumer reporting company may ask you for some information that only you would know, like the amount of your monthly mortgage payment. Each company may ask you for different information because the information each has in your file may come from different sources.