Community 1st Credit Union 14625 15th Ave NE, Shoreline, WA98155 Community 1st Credit Union is a financial co-operative for Postal Employees, current and retired civil service…More employees, current and retired Federal Government employees and anyone who lives, works or attends school in Washington State. Community 1st Credit Union offers all the convenience of a national banking chain with the friendly, small-town atmosphere they often lack. Community 1st Credit Union has several money management options as well as loans and IRAs.
Rallie Jamero Insurance & Financial Services 17521 15th Ave NE, Shoreline, WA98155 Rallie Jamero Insurance & Financial Services is a licensed Allstate agent. It provides auto life, disability and…More auto insurance to its clientele, along with retirement saving plans and other financial services.
Lin Company, P.S. 20081 8th Ave NW, Shoreline, WA98177 Lin Company, P.S. is a certified public accounting and consulting firm. It provides a broad range of financial services,…More including tax planning and preparation, compilations, financial and retirement planning, estate and trust planning and IRS representation. It also specializes in mergers and acquisitions, as well as handling employee benefits, pensions and profit sharing plans. Its accounting services include general ledger, financial statements, bookkeeping, accounting system setup and support, payroll processing, cashflow budgeting and forecasting, as well as personal and corporate financial statements.
King County Library System-Shoreline Branch 345 NE 175th St, Shoreline, WA98155 The King County Library System's Shoreline branch is the largest in its cluster, which includes Lake Forest Park and…More Richmond Beach. The spacious and well-lit 20,000-square-foot building opened in September 1993 and houses about 180,000 items. It's easy to find, as it is located right off the 175th Street exit in Shoreline. Many events are hosted at the library, including story times in three languages, book clubs, citizen workshops, video game sessions, computer classes and business workshops. During tax season, forms are provided and free tax help from the American Association of Retired Persons is available. Its meeting rooms are open to nonprofit groups. Shoreline's original library opened near its current home in 1944.