PROVIDENCE, R.I. — As part of her Smart Money Tour, General Treasurer Gina M. Raimondo stopped by Treasury’s booth at the Wickford Farmers Market to help people begin the unclaimed property process and to discuss how Treasury’s services can help Rhode Islanders become financially empowered.
“In order to become financially empowered people must first know what tools to use,” said Raimondo. “Providing Rhode Islanders with a convenient way to begin the unclaimed property process and learn more about financial empowerment will give them these tools needed for a successful financial future.”
The goal of Treasury’s Smart Money Tour is to educate Rhode Islanders about the services offered by the Treasurer’s office that can help people find and save money. These services include the Unclaimed Property program and one-on-one sessions with the Capital Good Fund’s Financial Coaching Corps.