West Virginia Treasurer's Office
Perdue, who was first elected to statewide office in 1996, has take the State Treasurer's Office to new heights with a more modernized office that not only restored the public's faith and confidence with the state's bank, but also successfully created a transparent office that dutifully serves the West Virginia taxpayer.
The banker of state government, Treasurer Perdue, manages more than $13 billion annually in state dollars, as well as oversees the Board of Treasury Investments (BTI), West Virginia's 457 Deferred Compensation Plan, Unclaimed Property, and the SMART 529 College Savings Program among other programs.
- The SMART529 college savings-plan provides an opportunity for every citizen to invest in their future
- West Virginia State Treasurer's Office is diligent in its efforts to return and recover unclaimed property to its rightf
- West Virginia Retirement Plus is a supplemental retirement plan designed to provide an extra savings alternative for all
- The West Virginia Legislature created the West Virginia Board of Treasury Investments in July 2005
Whom to Contact
- Diana StoutPhone: (304) 341-7081
Located in the East Wing of the West Virginia State Capitol