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Treasurer Chiang Issues Statement on the Passage of the FY 2015-16 California Budget

Treasurer John Chiang has issued a statement about the passage of the FY 2015-16 California State Budget. Read the news release in English and Spanish.

Treasurer to Help Businesses Build Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

California has launched a $2 million financing program that provides incentives to small business owners and landlords to install electric vehicle charging stations for their employees, clients and tenants. Read the news release in English and Spanish.

Read June Edition of Intersections: See How California’s Ratings Compare to Other States

Treasurer John Chiang’s newsletter, Intersections, offers a discussion of how California’s ratings compare to other large states, and why that matters to taxpayers. Also included are updates on debt issuance, investments and treasury activities. Read the June edition. Subscribe to this and other Treasurer’s Office communications.

Buy California Bonds

Californians face great challenges as we work together to make our state a great place to live -- for us and future generations. By purchasing California bonds, you can invest in quality schools, safer communities, affordable housing and improved transportation systems. You can help build parks and libraries, and preserve our natural resources.

To learn more about California bonds and how to purchase them, visit Buy California Bonds.

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.

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