State Treasurer to visit county courthouse on Tuesday
Kansas State Treasurer Jake LaTurner is on his tour of Kansas’ 105 counties to promote many of the programs and services administered by the state treasurer’s office, including the state’s Unclaimed Property Division, it has been reported.
The tour will stop in Jackson County on Tuesday, when LaTurner and his staff will be at the Jackson County Courthouse in Holton from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30a.m.
“My goal as the state treasurer is to help Kansans plan and prepare for the future,” LaTurner said. “During my stop in Jackson County, we will be promoting four very important and rewarding missions at the Treasurer’s Office: Returning unclaimed property to its rightful owners, helping Kansans save for higher education, empowering individuals living with a disability and their loved ones to save for disability related expenses and increasing the financial knowledge of all Kansans. I look forward to offering the most vital functions of the Treasurer’s Office directly to Kansans in their hometowns.”
The State Treasurer’s Office is currently holding $350 million in unclaimed property and is charged with returning it to its rightful owners and heirs.
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