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John Perdue presents an unclaimed property check to the Taylor County Emergency Services.State Treasurer John Perdue presented an unclaimed property check of $3,338 Tuesday to the Taylor County Emerge...
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State Treasurer John Perdue’s office has disbursed just more than $11 million in coal severance taxes in fiscal year 2016, with six months of payments still to be made to county governments and munici...
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Tuesday distributions bring total to $35,000 in last monthState Treasurer John Perdue presented Tuesday nearly $22,000 to six area faith-based institutions, marking $35,000 of unclaimed assets returne...
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HANCOCK COUNTY, W.Va. – West Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue visited the Homer Laughlin China Company Tuesday afternoon to deliver an unclaimed property check to the business. Perdue presented a ...
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Crystal Smiles-Tharp and Shannon Smiles-Tharp celebrate a college savings fund award with Treasurer Perdue and children Austin, 18 months, and Cameron Smiles-Tharp, 5.State Treasurer John Perdue and F...
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CHARLESTON – It’s no trick-we could be holding a Halloween treat for you! In the spirit of Halloween, we’ve found a list of Unclaimed Property holders with spooky names. We found people named “Boo” an...
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CHARLESTON – State Treasurer John Perdue’s office reminds unclaimed property holders that businesses must file reports by Monday of any unclaimed property they are holding.Businesses that cannot repor...
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Insurance-related claims offer partial explanationState Treasurer John Perdue’s unclaimed property division has returned a little more than $3 million during the first three months of fiscal 2016, par...
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State Treasurer John Perdue’s office is distributing unclaimed property inserts in newspapers from Huntington to Martinsburg, in hopes that people who find their names will file claims as rightful own...
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Regional winners share in nearly $20,000 in SMART529 savingsFifteen West Virginia school children are on their way to a brighter future, after winning regional awards in the eighth annual SMART529 “Wh...
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