- Treasurer Pearce welcomes VT students to the Treasury Cup. 2nd event promoting financial literacy this spring! #BTV http://t.co/dHc2bYDXZh2 weeks ago
- Treasurer Pearce joins the Task Force on Young Women and the Economy to help Vermonters succeed: http://t.co/r3IoKwQBF5 #VT #VTPOLI #BTV2 weeks ago
- Treasurer Pearce with @ATGBillSorrell, SOS Jim Condos, and Sen. Dick Mazza at the Maple Festival Parade. #BTV #VT http://t.co/VTXhJGAbdT3 weeks ago
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Pearce Joins Task Force to Help Vermont Women Succeed
As the only female constitutional officer in Vermont, Beth is proud to join the Task Force on Young Women and the Economy, a study group led by Vermont Works for Women. Beth understands that individuals who learn to manage their money are more likely to live a lifetime of productivity and success. When women succeed, all Vermonters benefit. Click here to learn about how the Treasurer’s Office works to improve financial…
Pearce Joins Fellow Democrats in Maple Festival Parade
The 47th Annual Maple Festival Parade took place on April 28 in the great city of St. Albans. Perfect weather made for a fittingly “sweet” day as Beth marched with the Franklin County Democrats, Senator Don Collins, and Representatives Michael McCarthy and Kathleen Keenan. Attorney General Bill Sorrell, Secretary of State Jim Condos, and Governor Peter Shumlin were also there to celebrate Vermont’s favorite flavor! Couldn’t make it out to St….
Treasurer Pearce has partnered with the Shumlin Administration and legislative leadership to develop proposals that emphasize responsible fiscal management and promote Vermont’s economic interests. Below is an update. H. 95 AN ACT RELATING TO UNCLAIMED LIFE INSURANCE BENEFITS Beth worked with the House Commerce and Economic Development Committee to introduce legislation to protect Vermonters who have purchased life insurance policies. In many cases, life insurance benefits go unclaimed after death….
Pearce’s “Reading is an Investment” Helps Students
Beth is committed to giving Vermonters the tools to make smart money management decisions. Today, the House Chamber was the site of an award presentation for Vermont students who participate in the Treasurer’s “Reading is an Investment” program. In addition to presenting scholarships and awards, Governor Shumlin joined Beth to declare April “Financial Literacy Month.” To read more about “Reading is an Investment,” and Beth’s continued focus on financial literacy, read her policy position…
Pearce Leads, Vermonters Claim Life Insurance Payments
In her continued commitment to consumer protection, Beth has partnered with the legislature and national leaders to make sure Vermonters have the tools to claim life insurance payments. $2.2. million dollars have been returned to Vermont as a result of the effort. To read about unclaimed property, and to learn more, visit the Rutland Herald or WCAX for the latest coverage. For an expanded report see the Wall Street Journal.
Pearce’s Push for Financial Literacy Shows Results
On the campaign trail, Beth pledged to support financial literacy programs. Representative Anne O’Brien interviewed Beth in October to discuss her strategy to ensure all Vermonters can realize a lifetime of financial well-being. The 4/3 edition of Seven Days details how the treasurer’s office is fulfilling Beth’s promise by providing Vermonters with the tools to make smart money decisions. For more, read Beth’s policy position paper on financial literacy.