About $915 million in unclaimed funds in the state and some of it could be yours

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — The State Treasurer’s office is entrusted to hold on to unclaimed property. One-third of the state – 1.6 million people – have money that is just sitting there. How do you claim your money?

This unclaimed money is known as ‘The Big List’ and a new website is making it easier to you to cash in.

State Treasurer Shawn Wooden (D) said, “Connecticut residents you’ve got money come get it.”

State Treasurer Wooden says $915 million in unclaimed property is sitting in the state’s general fund. If after three years – a business or a bank

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How businesses can apply for grants in Golden State Stimulus

More than $2 Billion in grants and fee waivers are available to small businesses through the program. Here is everything you need to know about applying.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Gov. Gavin Newsom recently signed the $7.6 billion “Golden State Stimulus” coronavirus relief package into law, and one very large part of the package is more than $2 billion in grants for struggling small businesses.

“The backbone of our economy is small business. We recognize the stress, the strain that so many small businesses have been under and we recognize our responsibility to do more and to do better to help

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Deion Sanders’ Jackson State debut takes strange turn after coach says personal items were ‘stolen’

Deion Sanders’ college football coaching debut Sunday ended badly, and then weirdly.

The Jackson State coach told reporters following his team’s game that his belongings had been taken from his stadium office. About an hour later, an unnamed university official told Jackson, Miss., TV station WAPT that the items were “misplaced” and then recovered.

Sanders, however, repeated that he had been robbed, going against Jackson State’s account. He also added that the thief was caught in the act.

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Deion Sanders says personal items were stolen from office during Jackson State coaching debut, later recovered

Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders said after his Jackson State coaching debut on Sunday that his personal items were stolen from the coaches’ office during the Tigers’ 53-0 victory over NAIA program Edward Waters, leading him to have “mixed emotions” about the day.

“For one, the kids played really well,” a visibly upset Sanders said during his postgame news conference, before continuing. “But while the game was going on, someone came in and stole every darn thing I have in the coaches’ office. Credit cards, wallet, watches. Thank god I had on my necklaces.”

Following Sanders’ news conference,

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Finance committee to tackle Evers’ budget in person; public hearings around state in question | Local Government

“So much of government takes place in Madison and even when they do Superior Days and things like that, it’s just not the same,” she said. “I think the best thing about Joint Finance is that it goes all over the state. I think the roadshow is very important. I think it is very important for citizens to feel like they have access to the government.”

The Joint Finance Committee gathers public testimony on the budget during the first stop of its “roadshow” in Janesville in April 2019.

It’s still unclear exactly how the panel will handle balancing

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New report ranks Montana as #1 state to open a small business

GREAT FALLS — Many factors contribute to how successful a small business is, but according to a recent study, Montana is the best state to open a small business.

The study done by The Blueprint found that Montana was ranked the number one best state to open a small business in 2021.

The factors used to determine the ranking included tax climate, consumer spending within the state, and the rate of new entrepreneurs.

They also considered the business survival rate over five years, labor costs, and climate. Here are the top five:

  1. Montana
  2. South Dakota
  3. Florida
  4. Texas
  5. Idaho

The bottom

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