Treasurer Curtis Loftis recently sat down with Consumer Reporter Asa Aarons Smith to talk about what’s real when it comes to unclaimed property.
Treasurer Curtis Loftis teams up with Representative Anderson to bring Unclaimed Property Program to Georgetown
State Treasurer Curtis Loftis announced that staff from the State Treasurer’s Unclaimed Property Program will be on site at the Georgetown High School on Thursday, May 4, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. to provide free unclaimed property searches.
Treasurer Curtis Loftis traveled to Greenville Wednesday to return thousands of dollars in unclaimed property to the Salvation Army and two upstate Fire Departments.
Treasurer Curtis Loftis and the Unclaimed Property Program returned $2500 in unclaimed property to Palmetto Animal Assisted Life Services (PAALS).
Treasurer Loftis encourages people in all stages of life to become more financially literate. Treasurer Loftis wants to share the recent article from USA Today about online classes meant to improve financial literacy.
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