Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Find out if the state has your money on Thursday, at Barrington Township Offices.
Wednesday, February 20
Illinois State Treasurer Dan Rutherford is encouraging Cook County residents to attend his I-Cash event in the area Thursday, Feb. 21, to determine if the state is holding any money or unclaimed property entitled to them. In fact, 2,568,983 owners in Cook County have $1,061,654,732 in unclaimed property. This is according to the January list of unclaimed property holders. The event will be held, 10 a.m. to noon, Thursday, Feb. 21, at Barrington Township Offices, Conference Room, 602 S. Hough, Barrington. I-Cash staff will be on site to help local residents find out if they have unclaimed property. “People are thrilled to find out they have money just waiting for them through I-Cash,” says Rutherford. “I encourage area residents to come…
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Is the state holding any of your money or unclaimed property? Find out at the I-Cash event hosted by State Treasurer Dan Rutherford at the Lake County building in Waukegan Wednesday, Feb. 20.
Tuesday, February 19
Illinois State Treasurer Dan Rutherford is encouraging Lake County residents to attend his I-Cash event from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20 at the Lake County building at 18 N. County St., in Waukegan. Come and find out if the state is holding any money or unclaimed property entitled to them. A reported 319,063 owners in Lake County have $87,270,495 in unclaimed property, according to the January list of unclaimed property holders. I-Cash staff will be on-hand from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. to help reisdents find out if they have unclaimed property. Treasurer Rutherford will provide remarks at 2:30 p.m. "People are thrilled to find out they have money just waiting for them through I-Cash," said Rutherford. "I encourage area residents to…
Friday, January 25, 2013
State Treasurer Dan Rutherford says poor credit rating will cost taxpayers.
Standard & Poor’s rating services downgraded Illinois’ credit rating today to A-, with a negative outlook, making it the lowest rating of all 50 states. State Treasurer Dan Rutherford blamed the negative rating on inaction on the public pension system by Gov. Pat Quinn and the general assembly, at a press conference today. Illinois has a $96 billion pension deficit. Rutherford pointed out numerous instances in which the state had set a deadline to address pension reform and did not meet the deadline, which was followed by a downgrade in the state’s credit rating. “Every time a deadline is set and nothing happens substantively, there is a negative action by rating agencies, Rutherford said. Rutherford explained that the poor credit rating …