Press Releases

Entries for December 2017

State Treasurer John Perdue’s Unclaimed Property Division had returned $6.4 million by the end of November, a fiscal year rate that would put the office on track to return approximately $15.5 million....
Contributions may be gift, deducted from taxable incomeState Treasurer John Perdue is urging West Virginians to open up a SMART529 college savings account before Jan. 1, as a worthwhile Christmas gift...

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