To ensure workers have the highest quality choice when it comes to retirement savings, the Office of State Treasurer will explore an interstate collaboration for the Delaware Expanding Access for Retirement and Necessary Savings (EARNS) Program. The EARNS Program board, voting unanimously at its July 13 public meeting, authorized the Treasurer’s office to evaluate entry […]
After a successful launch in 2022, State Treasurer Colleen Davis, with the endorsement of the Delaware Plans Management Board, extended the ASPIRE529 pilot program and will once again offer financial assistance to youth in or aging out of the foster care system seeking higher education. Awarded on a first-come first-served basis to qualified individuals, ASPIRE529 […]
With Memorial Day falling on May 29th, we have the opportunity to remember the heroes of our past and take the opportunity to invest in the heroes of our future…our children. State Treasurer Colleen Davis once again joins the nationwide celebration of saving for higher education. 529 Day, which takes place every year on May […]
Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis began taking proactive measures to protect Delaware’s financial interests in anticipation of a potential federal government default. The move comes after U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellin said that, without an agreement to raise the nation’s debt ceiling by June 1, 2023, the federal government could default on its loan obligations.
Bills would reinstate employer match and allow casual/seasonal employees to participate in retirement plan Remaining consistent with her three main priorities; bolstering retirement security and readiness, creating pathways to economic empowerment, and promoting a culture of financial excellence, Treasurer Davis has proposed two pieces of legislation with bi-partisan support designed to support state employees with […]