The Treasury of the State of New Hampshire provides to the state government, its agencies, the legislature and its citizens, professional financial management services. The Treasury will optimize the use of state financial assets while protecting those assets through the employment of appropriate technology, modern and efficient banking practices, a commitment to prudent management of public funds and a professional staff.
The Treasury is responsible for a variety of financial
management activities including
(managing and investing the State's funds and trust accounts),
(issuing general obligation and revenue bonds for capital projects
and administering related debt service payments) and
unclaimed or abandoned property
Treasury's Annual Report
has more specific information relating to receipts,
disbursements and debt payments for all of the State's fund
The Treasury is responsible for acquiring and returning
Unclaimed Property to its rightful owners. Last year the
Abandoned Property Division
returned more than $6.3 million dollars to 10,800 claimants,
so be sure to check our online
Unclaimed Property database
for money that might belong to you!
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