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Maine Revenue Services

Search for Unclaimed Property, State of Maine

Do you need the services of a Notary Public? Search for one in your area of Maine.

Government Links and Information


The White House

The United States Senate

The United States House of Representatives

State of Maine, Office of the Governor

Maine State Legislature

Maine Legislative Session Information

Presidential Tax Returns  Interesting!

Social Security Administration  For information about your Social Security records, Retirement, Medicare, Disability, Survivor’s Benefits, changing your name and more, visit the Social Security Administrations’ web site.

  • NEW!  New Social Security Service – Create a “my Social Security” account.  About a third of people who get social security benefits have to pay income tax on their benefits. At the end of each year, Social Security mails a Social Security Benefit Statement (SSA-Form 1099) showing the amount of benefits received. Social security beneficiaries who did not receive or misplaced their SSA-1099 or SSA-1042S can get an instant and official replacement SSA-1099 or SSA-1042S for tax purposes by creating a my Social Security account.
  • SSA’s “Frequently Asked Questions

Other Areas of Interest


EnergyStar – the U.S. EPA’s program.  See the latest information on available energy tax credits.

Foreign Currency Converter  – Do you travel out of the country?  Maybe you are going to Quebec for Winter Carnival, or Montreal for the jazz festival.  You may want to take a break from Maine’s chilly winter by traveling to the Caribbean or to a sunny beach in Mexico or Bermuda?  Destination weddings are quite popular, too!  Learn about exchange rates at this site. 

Savings Bonds Wizard  – Find out how much your bonds are worth.

Understanding Employment Taxes

Understanding Taxes (temporarily unavailable) – Here’s a quick and simple way to learn about taxes. This free online tool was designed for a student or teacher for classroom use, however, anyone can use it to learn about the history, theory and application of taxes in the U.S.   

College-related links

Learn about Federal Student Aid

Starting/Owning/Closing a Business

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