Carlisle, PA - Pennsylvania Treasurer Stacy Garrity and the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners today announced that more than $20,000 in unclaimed property has been returned to Cumberland County government.
Senator Bob Casey was the lead sponsor of legislation to expand ABLE account eligibility
Harrisburg, PA - Treasurer Stacy Garrity and disability advocates across Pennsylvania today hailed Congress’s passage of the ABLE Age Adjustment Act, which will expand ABLE program eligibility to include an estimated 6 million more Americans, including one million veterans, by raising the age limit for onset of a disability from 26 to 46 starting in 2026. ABLE accounts are a tax-free way to save for disability-related expenses while maintaining means-tested government benefits.
Move will protect the Pennsylvania Treasury Department’s computer systems
Harrisburg, PA - Treasurer Stacy Garrity announced today that the social media app TikTok, which the head of the FBI recently called a national security concern, has been banned from all Treasury-issued devices. TikTok is owned by ByteDance, based in Beijing, China.
Nearly $12 million owed to Pennsylvanians with Christmas connections
Harrisburg, PA - Treasurer Stacy Garrity said today that more than 140,000 Pennsylvanians may have an extra surprise coming this holiday season. Nearly $12 million is owed to people and businesses with a name that includes the words Santa, Kris, Kringle, and Nicholas – or any of Santa’s reindeer: Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen, and of course the most famous reindeer of all, Rudolph.
Pending legislation would expand access to ABLE accounts, including PA ABLE
This month, Congress has the chance to greatly benefit the lives of six million Americans with disabilities, including one million veterans, by passing the ABLE Age Adjustment Act.
Treasury features manufacturers and makers across PA with #MadeInPAMondays social media campaign
Harrisburg, PA - Treasurer Stacy Garrity announced today that manufacturers and makers from all 67 counties across the Commonwealth have been featured in the #MadeInPAMondays social media campaign since the initiative began in May 2021.
Website allows users to instantly search for property in 46 states
Harrisburg, PA - Treasurer Stacy Garrity announced today that Pennsylvania has joined MissingMoney.com, a national effort to reunite people with unclaimed property that is rightfully theirs. The website provides an easy way for people to search unclaimed property databases for 46 states, Washington D.C., and Puerto Rico, to see if any money is waiting to be claimed.