April is the official National Financial Literacy Month. Join the movement across the nation to better spending and saving with tips from America Saves.
To find some lucky (Easter) eggs, we’ve searched our unclaimed property database for Easter themed names.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day we put together a list of people with names often related to the holiday who are due unclaimed property in West Virginia.
When you save for a child’s FUTURE education through SMART529-West Virginia’s official college savings plan, it can put money back in your pocket NOW.
People purchase life insurance with the expectation that their family will be taken care of during a most vulnerable time. It is our duty as public servants to protect these widows, children and loved ones and make sure they receive what they are due. It is not our duty to protect special interest groups and out-of-state insurance company executives.
In an emergency situation you need to be prepared for anything. While a basic disaster supply kit containing things like water, food, and flashlights is essential to help you through the emergency, you also need to prepare for a way to get back on your feet once the immediate danger has passed. For this, you need to create a financial emergency kit.
People worry about taking deductions on their taxes because they are afraid it will lead to an audit. But if you keep good records and check your return carefully you have nothing to worry about. In fact, you may be overpaying your taxes in a sense, because you’re overlooking some valuable tax deductions.
If you’re considering buying a home there are three questions you need to answer first.
Taking some time now to plan for your retirement—no matter how close or how far away it may be—can help you get closer to your goal.
The best way to avoid your property becoming unclaimed is to keep good records of what you have.