Boise, Idaho – Under the direction of Governor Brad Little and State Treasurer Julie Ellsworth, the State of Idaho will not borrow money in the bond market to meet anticipated cash flow requirements for the current fiscal year. This is the first year since 1982 that the Idaho State Treasurer will not issue a State of Idaho Tax Anticipation Note (TAN) to meet the anticipated cash flow requirements due to the time lag between when state revenue is received and when state expenses are incurred. ...
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“This prudent approach is a huge win for Idaho taxpayers. It saves General Fund dollars with respect to cash flow management. It also leverages the CARES Act dollars and puts them to work for Idahoans while still making these funds readily available to Idaho small businesses as this COVID-19 situation continues to unfold,” State Treasurer Julie Ellsworth said.
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Treasurer Ellsworth, Senator Risch, Senator Crapo, Rep. Simpson and Rep. Fulcher's effort's to help with SRS funding.
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Press Release for county distribution breakdown for SRS funding to schools and roads.
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Idaho State Treasurer Julie Ellsworth presented Jan Gallimore, the Executive Director of the Idaho State Historical Society with a re-created photo (below), the scarf and the “red shoes” she wore in the photo. These pictures tell a story and show how far we have come as a state and a country in advancing women’s rights, including the right to vote. View the full article for more information and photos.
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Press release highlighting the favorable credit ratings received by the Idaho State Treasurer's Office for Tax Anticipation Note Issuance.
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Idaho's Unclaimed Property division receives money from corporations, business associations, utility and insurance companies, and medical offices after there has been no customer contact for an extended period of time. Visit the Idaho Unclaimed Property website to see if you may have unclaimed property to claim.
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Idaho's Unclaimed Property program, a division of the Idaho State Treasurer's Office, encourages you to search their database for lost money that could potentially belong to you! View the attached press release to find out how by clicking on the article title.
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Please read the attached press release to get more information on this matter. Contact Lincoln Smyser at the Idaho State Treasurer's Office for any questions.
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"Honest Abe" visits the Idaho State Treasurer's Office
Landon Palmer, aka "Honest Abe", had a great time touring the State Treasurer’s Office and talking about the office’s unique history in the Idaho State Capitol, as well as discussing complexities of compound interest with State Treasurer Ellsworth.
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