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Spring has finally sprung! We are beginning to come out of quarantine and find a routine once again. During this “stay at home” time, I heard from many who dug into their closets and garages. Some of which have not been cleaned or organized in years.
Well, here we are! As one friend shared, “I woke up feeling great! I’m so ready for another big day of handwashing and looking out the window!” Never in my wildest dreams would I have expected the events of these last several weeks. These are uncertain and ever-changing times, but I know we will get through this together.
Bismarck ND - State Treasurer Kelly Schmidt announced effective at business close Friday, March 20th, the implementation of the “Work from home plan,” for the Office of State Treasurer. “Our top priority is the health and safety of our staff and the continued financial services essential to the State. With the closing of schools and daycares, it became necessary to implement our remote work plan. This plan allows team members to continue managing the professional duties of the Office while addressing the needs of their families,” said Schmidt.
Do you have a go-to card, one that you use for all your purchases? Which card SHOULD we be using? When you think about using a debit card vs. a credit card you might be thinking, Treasurer, this is a no brainer, I should use my debit card so that I do not build debt with a credit card. However, do you know which card is the SAFEST to use?
Have you noticed when you turn on the tv, there always seems to be a new financial scam? We are warned of hackers, identity thieves, or the latest financial cyber threat. In 2019, $8.5 billion was spent on funding cybersecurity.
The holidays can be such a joyous time of year, but so much time and effort to plan and prepare, and then… just like that, it’s over. The meal leaves you full and exhausted. The holiday bills can leave you feeling much the same. Without even looking at your bills, you already know you ignored that “budget.” Now what?
North Dakota's longest-serving state treasurer won't seek another term in 2020.
Treasurer Kelly Schmidt told the Tribune on Tuesday that she doesn't intend to run for a fifth four-year term.
"This is not something I have taken lightly," the Republican said. "I have thought about it. I have prayed about it. I have visited with my family about it. And it's just time for a new chapter. I think we all get to that point that it's time to turn the page, and I feel that it's my time."