Delawareans could save thousands of dollars and months off the time required to complete postsecondary education and training by receiving credit for what they already know from work and other experiences outside the classroom, under a new state framework released today.
State receives top grade for 23rd consecutive year State Treasurer Colleen Davis announced today that the nation’s three top rating services have all delivered the highest possible rating to Delaware. After presentations from the Office of the State Treasurer, Department of Finance, Office of Management and Budget, and the Governor’s Office, Moody’s, Fitch, and S […]
During the online holiday shopping season, the Delaware Division of Revenue is joining with the IRS, other state tax agencies and the tax industry to mark “National Tax Security Awareness Week.” From November 27 through December 1, we’d like to remind people to be vigilant with their personal information. While you are shopping for gifts, […]
Delaware has received a triple-A credit rating from all three major rating agencies – the highest mark a government agency can achieve.
In their review for the state’s upcoming bond sale, Standard & Poor’s Rating Services, Fitch Ratings, and Moody’s Investors Service have all awarded Delaware a triple-A credit rating, the highest rating possible.