Press Releases

Entries for November 2018

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WVABLE accounts make future brighter for people with disabilities Teays Valley man says new program allows security for 14-year-old daughter Steve Slack is the parent of a Down Syndrome child, Sop...
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Treasurer touts savings vehicle with WVU, Marshall presidents Banner Photo: WVU President Gordon Gee (far left) and State Treasurer John Perdue celebrate, with WVU Child Learning Center students, the...
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Participants triple, assets increase under Treasurer Perdue West Virginia Retirement Plus has tripled its participant base while increasing total assets by $158 million since mid-2006, when State T...
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Smart Start awards provide $20,000 in savings funds   Treasurer Perdue presents Ryan and Kelly Franklin and son Evan their Smart Start award. The Franklins are from Washington. State T...





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