The West Virginia State Treasurer's Office kicks off the 10th Annual "When I Grow Up" essay contest.
This holiday season gift the future with SMART529
Each year, during National Retirement Security Week (October 16-22, 2016) public employees are encouraged to take a closer look at their retirement goals, then determine if their current savings strategy will help them achieve those goals.
Attention teachers!! Want to add something new to your rotating list of school field trip choices? Consider a financial education lesson at the State Treasurer’s Office.
Mission West Virginia and Frameworks is now taking applications for the 2016 Smart Start Awards. If you have adopted a child from foster care in West Virginia, your child may be eligible to apply.
As your children are settling into another school year, think about their future education.
During the month of July, WCHS-TV in Charleston/Huntington aired a four part special series highlighting the West Virginia Treasury unclaimed property program.
A new study shows the majority of people don't even know what a 529 plan is.
A recent study suggests young adults who graduate or drop out of college with student loan debt may actually have a lower net worth down the road.
April is the official National Financial Literacy Month. Join the movement across the nation to better spending and saving with tips from America Saves.