Press Releases
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HURRICANE – Elementary school students around the state have the chance to win up to $5,000 in higher education expenses. Today, West Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue and representatives of The Ha...
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CHARLESTON – An antique five dollar bill sold as part of State Treasurer John Perdue’s online auctions drew attention from a large auctioneer, as the Treasurer urged more West Virginians to log onto t...
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CHARLESTON – Fifty-three West Virginia investment professionals have been named to the twelfth annual SMART529 Honor Roll for encouraging families to save for higher education.“West Virginia’s financi...
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CHARLESTON – State Treasurer John Perdue urges West Virginians to save whenever and however possible, as the country acknowledges National Save for Retirement Week (Oct. 20-24). “I acknowledge saving ...
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CHARLESTON – State Treasurer John Perdue’s Unclaimed Property Division wrapped up its most recent advertising insert campaign Friday, sparking a large uptick in both those requesting phone assistance ...
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  Charleston – Fifteen West Virginia school children are on their way to a brighter future, after winning regional awards in the seventh annual SMART529 “When I Grow Up” essa...
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CHARLESTON – Certified educational planner Jamie Dickenson and certified public accountant Chuck Smith have been named new members of the West Virginia College Prepaid Tuition and Savings Program Boar...
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CHARLESTON – West Virginia Retirement Plus, the state’s 457 savings plan administered by State Treasurer John Perdue, is now open to any public employee in Boone County.Treasurer Perdue is a proud Boo...
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CHARLESTON – State Treasurer John Perdue’s office is warning residents not to call a telephone number that promises recipients an unclaimed property search.  “These postcards are not being sent out by...
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CHARLESTON – State Treasurer John Perdue’s office continues to grow a program that aids receipts processing in towns and other entities. The office processed $3.4 million in electronic receipts for 11...
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CHARLESTON -- The State Treasurer’s Office’s e-claims program has reached $5 million in returned unclaimed property since its inception in 2009.Figures show the division has paid to rightful owners a ...
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CHARLESTON – West Virginia Retirement Plus, the state’s officially sanctioned 457 plan, has now reached 15,000 total participants, 1,500 of which are local government employees.Assets have now climbed...
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