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Implementation Of Delaware EARNS Off To A Historic Start

More to come in 2023 Delawareans continue to move closer to financial security in retirement thanks to ongoing development of the Delaware Expanding Access for Retirement and Necessary Savings (EARNS) Program, designed to provide workers and employers access to low-cost retirement savings plans. Less than two months after being seated, members of the Delaware EARNS […]




Former Foster Youth Get Help to Further Education

Aspire529 provides money and financial training State Treasurer Colleen Davis has announced the distribution of the inaugural Aspire529 awards. Aspire 529 provides $529 for foster youth aging out of the system to use for expenses related to continuing their education. “Aging out of foster care presents many obstacles for young adults, with financial concerns often […]




Implementation of Delaware EARNS to Begin

Signing of HB 205 by Governor Carney allows for next steps Almost 150,000 Delaware workers got a step closer to secure retirement savings when Governor Carney signed HB 205, the Delaware EARNS Act, into law this morning. With the enactment of the legislation, the Office of the State Treasurer (OST) officially begins building the infrastructure […]




Office of the State Treasurer Working to Deliver Tax Rebate Checks

With today’s passage of H.B. 360, most Delawareans will soon receive a one-time relief rebate check for $300. State Treasurer Colleen Davis, who played a role in seeing there was enough money to afford the rebate, now leads the effort to get the checks in the mail. “As a member of the Delaware Economic and […]




Statement from Treasurer Davis on Senate Vote to Increase of Debt Ceiling

“I applaud the U.S. Senate for reaching an agreement to raise the nation’s debt limit. While not everyone understands exactly what that means, just about all of us will benefit from the decision. Raising the debt limit allows the country to basically “pay its bills.” It doesn’t open the door for additional spending, it enables […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Office of the Delaware State Treasurer"

Implementation Of Delaware EARNS Off To A Historic Start

More to come in 2023 Delawareans continue to move closer to financial security in retirement thanks to ongoing development of the Delaware Expanding Access for Retirement and Necessary Savings (EARNS) Program, designed to provide workers and employers access to low-cost retirement savings plans. Less than two months after being seated, members of the Delaware EARNS […]




Former Foster Youth Get Help to Further Education

Aspire529 provides money and financial training State Treasurer Colleen Davis has announced the distribution of the inaugural Aspire529 awards. Aspire 529 provides $529 for foster youth aging out of the system to use for expenses related to continuing their education. “Aging out of foster care presents many obstacles for young adults, with financial concerns often […]




Implementation of Delaware EARNS to Begin

Signing of HB 205 by Governor Carney allows for next steps Almost 150,000 Delaware workers got a step closer to secure retirement savings when Governor Carney signed HB 205, the Delaware EARNS Act, into law this morning. With the enactment of the legislation, the Office of the State Treasurer (OST) officially begins building the infrastructure […]




Office of the State Treasurer Working to Deliver Tax Rebate Checks

With today’s passage of H.B. 360, most Delawareans will soon receive a one-time relief rebate check for $300. State Treasurer Colleen Davis, who played a role in seeing there was enough money to afford the rebate, now leads the effort to get the checks in the mail. “As a member of the Delaware Economic and […]




Statement from Treasurer Davis on Senate Vote to Increase of Debt Ceiling

“I applaud the U.S. Senate for reaching an agreement to raise the nation’s debt limit. While not everyone understands exactly what that means, just about all of us will benefit from the decision. Raising the debt limit allows the country to basically “pay its bills.” It doesn’t open the door for additional spending, it enables […]