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    Ron G. Crane
    Here at the Idaho State Treasury, we are dedicated to looking after the hard-earned dollars of our citizens.
    Our primary goal is to promote public confidence in the Treasury through prudent administrative and
    investment policies.
    WELCOME TO THE
    IDAHO STATE TREASURER'S OFFICE
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IDAHO UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
Idaho currently has more than $120 million worth of unclaimed property. If you believe any of these assets are yours, contact us here.
IDAHO BOND BANK AUTHORITY (IBBA)
The IBBA lends money to local governments within the state, with the goal of providing funds for their infrastructure needs and access to the capital markets at competitive interest rates.
COLLEGE SAVINGS PROGRAM
Plan for the future education of your child, relative, or yourself by opening up a 529 college savings account. Money saved grows tax-free at state and federal levels.
"SMART WOMEN, SMART MONEY"
"Smart Women, Smart Money" is a free, annual event hosted by the Idaho State Treasurer's Office aimed to help provide women financial education and information.
LOCAL GOV'T INVESTMENT POOL (LGIP)
The LGIP is an investment pool for local government agencies. Local agencies have the best of both worlds: overnight availability and improved earnings.
IDAHO EBANK
The Idaho eBank is a management tool for the LGIP investment pool, the DBF bond fund, and for debt management.
Ron G. Crane - Idaho State Treasurer

Ron G. Crane is the Idaho State Treasurer, responsible for the management of both state and local government investment pools. He directs receipt of all state monies, the accounting and disbursement of public funds, and invests general account and pooled agency cash in various fixed income securities.


Quick Facts

  • Born in Nampa, Idaho
  • Graduated from college with an Associate's Degree, and later received an honorary doctorate
  • Served as a member of the Idaho National Guard
  • Recognized as Idaho's Soldier of the Year in 1975
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