Tools & Links

Did you know? You are entitled to one free credit report per year from each credit reporting agency. (Credit score must be purchased.)

Where’s My Refund? (have your Social Security number and refund amount ready)
Federal – IRS
State – Georgia Dept of Revenue

Government Agencies (use the Search box to find any form or publication)
Georgia Department of Revenue
Georgia Department of Labor

Apply for EIN
EIN – Apply for Tax Identification Number

Quick Links for Employers
EFTPS – Electronic Federal Tax Payment System
– Georgia Tax Center

Ga New Hire Reporting (due 10 days after hire)
report online
• print form

I-9 – Employment Eligibility Verification
W-4 – Federal withholding
G-4 – State withholding 
DOL-800 – Ga Dept of Labor Separation Notice
W-9 – Request for TIN

IRS Withholding Tables
GA Withholding Tables

Personal Finance –find current rates on mortgages and deposit accounts -the one-stop place for understanding finances through all of life’s stages—
•   articles on insurance, home ownership, credit & debt, investment planning, preparing for college & more
•   financial calculators
•   recent legislation –fun site for young adults to motivate responsible financial behavior—sign up for savings tips, Twitter, podcasts, join forums –access all 3 credit reporting agencies to obtain your truly free credit report

Did you know?
About 46 percent of Americans said they did not have enough money to cover a $400 emergency expense. Instead, they would have to put it on a credit card and pay it off over time, borrow from friends or family, or simply not cover it at all.   – Washington Post, May 2016