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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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Foster children families to be selected for college savings awardsMission West Virginia, in combination with State Treasurer John Perdue’s office, is now taking applications for the fourth annual Smar...
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Treasury sets mark with $17.7 million fiscal yearMaking official a milestone met in late April, State Treasurer John Perdue’s office has confirmed the $17.7 million returned to rightful owners and cus...
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People of all ages attending this year’s State Fair of West Virginia will have the opportunity to win official West Virginia University apparel thanks to the SMART529 College Savings Program. An old-f...
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State Treasurer John Perdue’s office will hold five unclaimed property auctions during the 2018 State Fair of West Virginia, scheduled Aug. 9-18.Treasurer’s Office staff will hold auctions at the Stat...
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State Treasurer John Perdue’s Unclaimed Property Division has paid beneficiaries in fiscal year 2018 more than a quarter of all life insurance proceeds ever returned by the state, and in the last seve...
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State Treasurer John Perdue’s Unclaimed Property Division has returned $15.9 million to current and former state residents as of April 30, smashing the previous fiscal year claim record by more than $...
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