While Washington has dropped from seventh to 13th in the nation per capita for identity theft cases reported to the Federal Trade Commission, many Washington residents still inadvertently put themselves at risk.

  • Friday, May 30, 2008 3:45pm
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McKenna to visit Redmond

While Washington has dropped from seventh to 13th in the nation per capita for identity theft cases reported to the Federal Trade Commission, many Washington residents still inadvertently put themselves at risk.

Attorney General Rob McKenna will visit Redmond on Friday, April 25 to promote identity theft prevention and assist the public in keeping sensitive documents out of the hands of crooks. Frontline will be on site to destroy sensitive documents for consumers and small businesses at no charge.

The Redmond event, at Overlake Christian Church, 9900 Willows Road NE, will feature a forum from 2-3:30 p.m.and shredding from 3-5 p.m.

Register online at or call toll-free 1-800-646-2283.

Redmond business honored by magazine

Falco Sult & Company has been selected by Goldline Research as one of the Most Dependable™ Accounting Professionals of the West.

The list of the Most Dependable Accounting Professionals of the West is published in the March 24 issue of Forbes Magazine.

“We are thrilled about being selected as one of the most dependable accounting professionals in our industry,” said Bruce Sult, president and co-founder of Falco Sult & Company. “We strive hard to not only honor and adhere to the commitments of our profession, but to our communities as a whole. We can’t be successful without our clients so it is them that we really thank for this recognition.”

Falco Sult & Company is a Financial Success Network, anchored by a CPA firm that provides a one-stop-shop to businesses for their financial needs.

They have been serving clients since 1991 and offer both traditional and non-traditional financial services.

“We are pleased to have Falco Sult & Company on this list,” said Ryan Kluft, Publisher of Goldline Research. “They exceeded all of our industry criteria and had outstanding client references.”

Over 5,600 Accounting Professionals were contacted regarding the list and the response was overwhelming.

Stomp out hunger

Help stomp out summer hunger. An Italian-themed dinner to raise funds for Hopelink will be held at Peters Creek Retirement and Assisted Living, 14431 Redmond Way, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Friday, April 25.

Admission is $10 per person in addition to one canned food item. Entertainment will be provided. Families are welcome.

Please RSVP by calling (425) 869-2273.

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