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State Treasurer Colleen Davis Statement on Governor’s Recommended Budget

“Governor Carney’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2024 represents a comprehensive spending plan for today, while preserving valuable assets for the future. Our office continues to focus on three main priorities: bolstering retirement security and readiness, creating pathways to economic empowerment, and promoting a culture of financial excellence. I want to thank Governor Carney for […]




Treasurer Davis Sworn In For Second Term

Surrounded by family, friends, and staff, State Treasurer Colleen Davis was sworn in for her second term this morning. Deputy Attorney General Jason Staib, legal counsel to the Office of the State Treasurer administered the Oath of Office. “It is my honor and privilege to serve the people of Delaware,” Davis said. “Over the past […]




New Tax Deduction for Contributions to Savings Plans

Act now to save money when filing your 2022 tax return next year Thanks to a new law enacted by the Delaware General Assembly, Delaware taxpayers have new opportunities to save money. Delawareans who save for school with the DE529 Education Savings Plan may qualify for a new tax deduction on their state returns. “While […]




Celebrating National ABLE to Save Month

August marks “ABLE to Save Month,” and Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis wants to use the opportunity to celebrate Delawareans with disabilities and the freedom, independence, and possibilities their ABLE accounts provide. ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience) plans allow individuals with disabilities and their families to save for a broad range of expenses on […]




Treasurer Davis to Help Fund New Education Accounts

Qualified accounts to receive $100 contribution Continuing her commitment to make saving for higher education easier, Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis announces the “First State, First Steps” program. “I have said time and time again that it’s never too early to save for college and ‘First State, First Steps’ will help people get started,” Davis […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Delaware State Treasurer"

State Treasurer Colleen Davis Statement on Governor’s Recommended Budget

“Governor Carney’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2024 represents a comprehensive spending plan for today, while preserving valuable assets for the future. Our office continues to focus on three main priorities: bolstering retirement security and readiness, creating pathways to economic empowerment, and promoting a culture of financial excellence. I want to thank Governor Carney for […]




Treasurer Davis Sworn In For Second Term

Surrounded by family, friends, and staff, State Treasurer Colleen Davis was sworn in for her second term this morning. Deputy Attorney General Jason Staib, legal counsel to the Office of the State Treasurer administered the Oath of Office. “It is my honor and privilege to serve the people of Delaware,” Davis said. “Over the past […]




New Tax Deduction for Contributions to Savings Plans

Act now to save money when filing your 2022 tax return next year Thanks to a new law enacted by the Delaware General Assembly, Delaware taxpayers have new opportunities to save money. Delawareans who save for school with the DE529 Education Savings Plan may qualify for a new tax deduction on their state returns. “While […]




Celebrating National ABLE to Save Month

August marks “ABLE to Save Month,” and Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis wants to use the opportunity to celebrate Delawareans with disabilities and the freedom, independence, and possibilities their ABLE accounts provide. ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience) plans allow individuals with disabilities and their families to save for a broad range of expenses on […]




Treasurer Davis to Help Fund New Education Accounts

Qualified accounts to receive $100 contribution Continuing her commitment to make saving for higher education easier, Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis announces the “First State, First Steps” program. “I have said time and time again that it’s never too early to save for college and ‘First State, First Steps’ will help people get started,” Davis […]