Chiang Inaugurates Live, Call-in Access to Treasurer’s Office Board Meetings
In an effort to promote transparency, State Treasurer John Chiang has inaugurated a brand new service offering live, interactive, call-in access to board meetings of the principal boards, commissions and authorities of the State Treasurer’s Office. Read the news release in English and Spanish and watch a video message from the Treasurer. The call-in number for each meeting is (877) 810-9415. The participant code is 6535126. See a calendar about more upcoming meetings.
Treasurer Chiang Issues Statement Regarding Retirement Savings Program
Treasurer John Chiang praised President Obama's efforts to help California set up Secure Choice, a state-run retirement savings plan intended for private-sector workers who don't have access to retirement plans at work. Read the news release and learn more about Secure Choice.
Read July Edition of Intersections: See How Better Bond Ratings Benefit California Taxpayers
Treasurer John Chiang’s newsletter, Intersections, offers a discussion of how better bond ratings help California taxpayers. Also included are updates on debt issuance, investments and treasury activities. Read the July edition. Subscribe to this and other Treasurer’s Office communications.
California’s Credit Rating Upgraded to Highest Level in 14 Years
California State Treasurer John Chiang has announced that Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services has raised its general obligation (GO) rating on the State of California to AA- from A+.
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College Access Tax Credit Fund
Help California’s college students get the funds to stay enrolled in school and earn a substantial tax credit when you do. A portion of the money you contribute to the College Access Tax Credit Fund may go toward increasing the Cal Grant B Access awards. By participating for the 2015 taxable year, you will receive a state tax credit equal to 55 percent of your donation.
To learn more about the College Access Tax Credit Fund and how to apply, please visit College Access Tax Credit Fund.
Financing Jobs/Education/Health Care/Green Economy/Housing
- California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority
- California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission
- California Debt Limit Allocation Committee
- California Educational Facilities Authority
- California Health Facilities Financing Authority
- California Healthy Food Financing Initiative Council
- California Industrial Development Financing Advisory Commission
- California Pollution Control Financing Authority
- California School Finance Authority
- California Secure Choice Retirement Savings Investment Board
- California Tax Credit Allocation Committee
- California Transportation Financing Authority
- Centralized Treasury and Securities Management Division
- ScholarShare Investment Board
Calendar of Events
Events scheduled for 12/13/2012:
- Bond Sale Calendar
- Latest Report on Outstanding and Authorized State Bonds
- GO Bond Finance Committee Meeting Agendas
- Public Finance Division