The Treasury’s Unclaimed Property Division collected more than $129 million in unclaimed property revenues this past fiscal year, according to State Treasurer Denise L. Nappier.
The Connecticut Office of Policy and Management is projecting a deficit of $717.5 million for the state’s General Fund.
State Comptroller Kevin Lembo has projected his latest deficit for Fiscal Year 2018.
The Connecticut Insurance Department says it recovered nearly $8 million for policyholders and taxpayers in 2018 by helping individuals, families and employers with their claims and complaints.
The city budget in Meriden will now be voted on by residents due to a rather unique situation.
Money from unclaimed securities, bank accounts and other financial property appears to be piling up.
Connecticut officials have released updated deficit numbers from operations.
Connecticut’s main spending account has a projected surplus, for now.
Connecticut’s current fiscal year is now expected to end June 30 with a larger-than-expected budget deficit.
Connecticut is officially closing out last fiscal year with a $170.4 million deficit in the state’s main spending account.