News

What's Your Question? 

   

   



Answer

You can begin your search to recover lost funds at the Ohio Department of Commerce's Division of Unclaimed Funds. Conveniently located on our website; click Unclaimed Funds under the Transparency Menu on top of any page. Or call (614) 466-4433.

Thank you for your question.

X

I believe government should serve the people. Feel free to contact my office if you have any questions we can assist in answering.

RECENT QUESTION

Where can I find my unclaimed money?
See Answer »

State Treasury Feed

Show:
Treasurer Josh Mandel Announces Launch of Hamilton County Local Government and School Checkbooks on OhioCheckbook.com
content containter top

Financial Literacy

Financial literacy is defined as the ability to READ, ANALYZE, MANAGE and COMMUNICATE about the personal financial conditions that affect material well-being. It includes the ability to discern financial choices, discuss money and financial issues without (or despite) discomfort, plan for the future and respond competently to life events that affect everyday financial decisions, including events in the general economy.


For a quick guide to financial literacy terminology, click HERE.


The Treasurer’s office provides Ohioans with helpful tools to make informed decisions in personal finance.  The office engages non-profit organizations, cultivates public-private partnerships, and leverages technology to connect citizens and educators with helpful and innovative financial education resources.

We offer two suites of tools: Financial EDge and Smart Money Choices.


      


Financial EDge is a collection of tools geared towards educators, parents and youth to teach young Ohioans about personal and public finances including Budget Game, EverFi, Real Money. Real World., and OhioCheckbook.com Teaching Strategies along with additional resources.
              Smart Money Choices (SMC) offers information and resources for the general public that includes programs such as Smart Money Choices Direct, Smart Money Choices Speakers Bureau, and Citizen’s Guide to Financial Wellness along with additional resources for adults, teens, and youth.


Go to Financial EDge  Go to Smart Money Choices 












For more information, contact Jessica Dragar at (440) 596-7668 
content container bottom