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State Treasurer Colleen Davis Appointed Committee Chair For the National Association of State Treasurers

The incoming President of the National Association of State Treasurers (NAST) has named Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis as Chair of NAST’s Banking and Cash Management Committee. Previously the Vice Chair, Davis will lead the committee in recommending policy for NAST and developing education content for NAST conferences and webinars. “I’m honored to have been […]




More than 32,000 Delawareans May Be Eligible for Stimulus Payments

Non-filers have until October 15th to register State Treasurer Colleen Davis urges Delawareans not typically required to file federal income tax returns to watch their mail for a letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) saying they may qualify for a federal Economic Impact Payment (EIP). The letter urges recipients to visit the special Non-Filers: […]




“Treasury Talks” Debuts

Treasurer Davis hosts discussions on fiscal issues Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis announces the first episode of “Treasury Talks,” an ongoing series of videos featuring people from around the state and around the country discussing financial related information that relates to everyone. “’Treasury Talks’ gives me the opportunity to share not only the work of […]




Treasurer Davis Urges Change to Protect Financial Freedom of People with Disabilities

Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis is calling on Congress to expand eligibility for the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act. Both the United States Senate (S. 651) and House of Representatives (HR. 1814) introduced bills to increase the age of onset for individuals with disabilities, allowing them and their families to establish tax-advantaged savings […]




State Treasurer Urges Caution to Those Making Withdrawals From Retirement Funds

The economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic has many Delawareans, and people around the country, rethinking their savings plans, including saving for retirement. While “staying the course” is typically the safest way to maintain your position in an unstable market, sometimes changes are essential. Speaking to the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Society of Philadelphia, Delaware […]







 Pages Tagged With: "State treasurer Colleen Davis"

State Treasurer Colleen Davis Appointed Committee Chair For the National Association of State Treasurers

The incoming President of the National Association of State Treasurers (NAST) has named Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis as Chair of NAST’s Banking and Cash Management Committee. Previously the Vice Chair, Davis will lead the committee in recommending policy for NAST and developing education content for NAST conferences and webinars. “I’m honored to have been […]




More than 32,000 Delawareans May Be Eligible for Stimulus Payments

Non-filers have until October 15th to register State Treasurer Colleen Davis urges Delawareans not typically required to file federal income tax returns to watch their mail for a letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) saying they may qualify for a federal Economic Impact Payment (EIP). The letter urges recipients to visit the special Non-Filers: […]




“Treasury Talks” Debuts

Treasurer Davis hosts discussions on fiscal issues Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis announces the first episode of “Treasury Talks,” an ongoing series of videos featuring people from around the state and around the country discussing financial related information that relates to everyone. “’Treasury Talks’ gives me the opportunity to share not only the work of […]




Treasurer Davis Urges Change to Protect Financial Freedom of People with Disabilities

Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis is calling on Congress to expand eligibility for the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act. Both the United States Senate (S. 651) and House of Representatives (HR. 1814) introduced bills to increase the age of onset for individuals with disabilities, allowing them and their families to establish tax-advantaged savings […]




State Treasurer Urges Caution to Those Making Withdrawals From Retirement Funds

The economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic has many Delawareans, and people around the country, rethinking their savings plans, including saving for retirement. While “staying the course” is typically the safest way to maintain your position in an unstable market, sometimes changes are essential. Speaking to the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Society of Philadelphia, Delaware […]