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Official website of the New Hampshire State Treasury

The New Hampshire State Treasury delivers professional financial management services to state government, the legislature, and New Hampshire citizens. The State Treasury will optimize the use of state financial assets and financial obligations while protecting both through the deployment of secure technology, cost-effective and efficient banking practices, a commitment to the prudent management of public funds, and a dedicated and highly-qualified staff.

News and Events
Treasury has updated the Component Unit Dashboard pages with content effective September 30, 2022.
December 22, 2022
The State Treasury has completed its annual meals and rooms tax distribution to New Hampshire cities and towns for state fiscal year 2023. For a complete list of payments by city and town, click here.
December 21, 2022
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On behalf of the College Tuition Savings Plan Advisory Commision, State Treasury announces the updated scholarship award amount and student eligibility criteria for the UNIQUE Annual Allocation Program for the 2023-24 academic year. The scholarship award was increased to $1,500 from $1,300, the Expected Family Contribution cap was raised to $8,000 from $5,846, and the FAFSA filing deadline was extended to January 31, 2024.
December 13, 2022
On behalf of the College Tuition Savings Plan Advisory Commision, State Treasury releases the draft meeting minutes of December 5, 2022 pdf file and the approved meeting minutes of regular meeting of August 22, 2022 pdf file and special meeting of September 29, 2022 pdf file.
December 13, 2022
State Treasury releases its 2022 New Hampshire Treasury Annual Report
October 4, 2022
State Treasury announces completion of the sale of $59 million of State of New Hampshire General Obligation Bonds, 2022 Series A.
April 14, 2022
Proceeds of the new money bonds will fund several capital projects approved by the Legislature. Please reference the Official Statement for more information. pdf file
The State Treasury has completed its annual meals and rooms tax distribution to New Hampshire cities and towns for state fiscal year 2022. For a complete list of payments by city and town, click here pdf file.
State Treasury is now publishing the legal opinions furnished to the State Treasurer by out-of-state-banks pursuant to changes authorized in HB 545 (Chapter 65, Laws of 2021), which includes a provision that allows out-of-state-banks to accept deposits of public funds.
September 22, 2021

Portable Document Format Symbol Portable Document Format (.pdf). Visit nh.gov for a list of free .pdf readers for a variety of operating systems.


New Hampshire State Treasury
25 Capitol Street, Room 121  |  Concord, NH 03301
(603) 271-2621  |  fax: (603) 271-3922
Abandoned Property:
(800) 791-0920 (in New Hampshire)  |  
(603) 271-2619