The Pennsylvania Office of the State Treasurer serves as the custodian of more than $100 billion in Commonwealth funds, and is responsible for the receipt and deposit of state monies, investment management and oversight of all withdrawals and deposits from state agencies.
Treasury also administers several programs that provide an opportunity for financial empowerment for families, municipal governments, and non-profit groups across the state. Here you can learn more about all of Treasury’s programs and services, along with also navigating Treasury’s Transparency Portal which provides an in-depth look at how Commonwealth expenditures are being spent.
The Transparency Portal expands taxpayer access by offering the ability to compare the past three years of expenditures at the fund, department, and appropriation levels.Portal Overview
We currently seek the owners of more than $3.2 billion in unclaimed property. Remember, we will always help you recover your property free of charge. 1 in 10 Pennsylvania residents has unclaimed property waiting for them - do you?Search Our Database
Treasurer Torsella has created an initiative that dedicates resources to the return of military decorations that have been reported to Treasury as Unclaimed Property.Learn More
Designed to help encourage higher education and to help families start saving early, the Keystone Scholars program will provide a $100 scholarship grant account at birth for every child born or adopted in Pennsylvania starting in January 2019.Learn More
A PA ABLE account gives individuals with qualified disabilities, and their families and friends, a tax-free way to save for disability-related expenses, while maintaining government benefits.Learn More
The key to college saving is to start small and start now. Nothing helps your savings grow like time. And your money can grow even faster in a tax-advantaged 529 plan.Learn More
Harrisburg, PA - Pennsylvania Treasurer Joe Torsella today filed a complaint in Commonwealth Court against PPL Corporation (PPL) for its failure to cooperate with an ongoing unclaimed property audit by refusing to produce un-redacted documents and insisting on a limited visual inspection of thousands and thousands of records thereby preventing Treasury’s auditors from doing their necessary work to ensure compliance with the Pennsylvania Disposition of Abandoned and Unclaimed Property Act (DAUPA).Continue reading
Elected as Pennsylvania’s 77th State Treasurer in 2016, Joe Torsella is building a better future for Pennsylvanians on a foundation of transparency and ethics.Learn More