Rob McCord to Return to Private Sector
After six years of elected service – in which he helped deliver positive investment returns, modernize critical systems, and improve efficiencies and performance – state Treasurer Rob McCord announced today his intention to step down from his position, effective Feb. 12. Learn more...
Treasurer McCord: Just Like Tagalongs and Thin Mints, Unclaimed Property Can Be Revenue Source for Scout Groups
With Girl Scout cookie sales in full swing and the Boys Scouts set to celebrate Scout Anniversary Week, Feb. 8-14, this is an important time of year for Girl and Boy Scouts across Pennsylvania, especially for fundraising. State Treasurer Rob McCord today highlighted another area of potential financial support: more than $47,000 in unclaimed property that is up for claim by scout troops and councils. Learn more...
Treasurer McCord: Follow Cupid’s Arrow to PA Treasury eBay Store for Valentine’s Day Gifts
State Treasurer Rob McCord reminds shoppers looking for a gift this Valentine’s Day to make a truly exclusive purchase for their special someone. The Pennsylvania Treasury is home to thousands of unique and one-of-a-kind items auctioned in the department’s eBay store. New auction items have been added to allow time for purchases and delivery by Valentine’s Day. Learn more...
Treasurer McCord to Farmers, Agriculture Organizations: More than $742,000 up for Claim
With the 99th installment of the nation’s largest indoor agricultural event under way this week in Harrisburg, State Treasurer Rob McCord noted that his department holds more than $742,000 in unclaimed property owed to Pennsylvania farms and agriculture-related businesses. Learn more...
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