The happenings "inside" the Wisconsin State Treasury and across the street at the State Capitol

State Treasurer Continues Making National Headlines


This morning, I was on Good Morning America putting a $10,000 check into the collection plate at a Neenah Church and now, my efforts to return forgotten cash have made headlines in a national financial magazine, The Fiscal Times.

Daily, I am searching for people in Wisconsin who have no idea the State Treasury is holding their money. I spend hours on the phone trying to find them or their heirs and get them claim forms or I am searching for them using social media. That’s what The Fiscal Times hit on in a piece posted this morning.

These are all great reminders to search for money on our website…and to s arch for your friends, your family, and your church or your favorite businesses! With nearly $400 Million and 1.8 million properties, there could be something out there for you.

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