Are you missing money?

The Rhode Island Treasurer’s Office is holding millions of dollars in unclaimed property, and we want to return it to its rightful owners. Our Unclaimed Property Division returned over $11.7 million to more than 8,500 Rhode Island families in the past fiscal year. Search our database and see if we're holding *your* missing money!

Claim your missing money!


Rhode Island General Treasurer Seth MagazinerAs Treasurer, my mission is to promote economic growth and financial stability for all Rhode Islanders. 

At Treasury, we are working to accomplish this mission through programs and initiatives which include:

Responsible stewardship of the State’s financial accounts and investments

A pension system devoted to ensuring retirement security for Rhode Island teachers, State and municipal employees, public safety officers and other public servants

A compensation program to assist Rhode Islanders who are victims of violent crimes

Collection and safe custody of Rhode Islanders’ lost and unclaimed property

Administration of CollegeBound Saver, a tax-efficient savings program to help Rhode Islanders prepare for the expense of pursuing higher education

Together, we can strengthen our state’s financial and economic foundation; providing opportunities for all Rhode Islanders.

Treasury Releases Annual Report

RI Treasury's Annual Report

This 2015 Annual Report provides an easy-to-read summary of Rhode Island Treasury’s performance, functions, successes and projects in 2015. It includes data and stories about the people we serve, and highlights some of the individuals working hard behind the scenes at Treasury.

Treasury is proud of all we accomplished in 2015, and our work to serve Rhode Island continues with the same level of ambition and urgency this year.


News and Updates


You can receive e-mail updates from Rhode Island Treasury by subscribing to our RSS feed.

January 18, 2017
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) today announced that it is suing Navient Corporation –the nation's largest servicer of student loans– for "systematically and illegally failing borrowers at every stage of repayment." "If these allegations are true, Navient's behavior is as...
January 12, 2017
Rhode Island General Treasurer Seth Magaziner today announced the launch of the "Rhode Island's ABLE" program, which allows Rhode Islanders living with disabilities and their families to save for disability related expenses without sacrificing their eligibility for federal disability assistance...
January 05, 2017
The U.S. Department of Labor last week issued Interpretive Bulletin 2016-1 which reinforces the validity and importance of investors' engagement with companies in their portfolio. "My office is actively engaging with companies in our portfolio to reign in excessive executive pay, promote...
More News & Updates >>