Press Releases

Entries for August 2015

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. – If you open a SMART529 College Savings Plan during your child’s first year, the program will give you $100 to kick-start your child’s college savings. State Treasurer John Perdue m...
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State Treasurer to announce new program at CAMC Women and Children’s Hospital and WVU Children’s Hospital on Monday, August 31.CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue will announ...
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CHARLESTON – Schools from kindergarten to college have already started classes or are about to all across the Mountain State. Nothing new there, except that in many instances those very schools -- or...
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FAIRLEA – West Virginia State Treasurer John D. Perdue is promoting college savings at the 2015 State Fair of West Virginia in Greenbrier County with his popular “‘Stache Some Cash for College” photo ...
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CHARLESTON – West Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue’s office is offering a new opportunity to people attending the State Fair of West Virginia this year by hosting five nights of live unclaimed pro...
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CHARLESTON – Large crowds gathered at West Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue’s State Fair exhibit this week, eager to participate in the live unclaimed property auctions.Treasurer Perdue welcomes c...
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CHARLESTON – The state of West Virginia’s Board of Treasury Investments celebrated its 10-year anniversary in July, marking a period of intense early growth balanced by adjustments stemming from the n...
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CHARLESTON – State Treasurer John Perdue’s unclaimed property division returned $1 million to rightful owners in the month of July, after reporting $9 million in returned funds during the entire fisca...





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