David McRae Announces College Savings Mississippi Savings Shootout Winners


Mississippi State Treasurer David McRae today announced the winners of the College Savings Mississippi Savings Shootout, which was held at this weekend’s high school basketball championship. Each winner was awarded a $529 MACS scholarship from College Savings Mississippi. “Congratulations to the twelve Savings Shootout winners. I hope this new account starts each of them on their way to scoring their … Read More

McRae Announces $2 Million Now Returned to Rightful Owners of Unclaimed Property


Mississippi State Treasurer David McRae today announced $2 million has been returned to the rightful owners of unclaimed property since he took office in January. In total, the Office of the Treasury has processed and closed 1,083 unclaimed property claims. “This is money folks are entitled to, so we’re going to be proactive about finding them and returning it,” said … Read More

How To Use HRS Pro

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We are requiring all our holders to report electronically from now on to help mitigate the spread of Covid-19. We require no paperwork by mail (no signatures or notarizations) if you are submitting your reports electronically through our website.  If you have not reported electronically before we offer free software to create your file called HRS Pro.   It can be accessed … Read More

Mississippi Saves


Happy Friday! It’s been a busy week at your State Treasury. I was a part of numerous meetings to discuss how to continue to protect taxpayer dollars, we matched Mississippians with thousands of dollars of unclaimed property, and I joined Governor Reeves in declaring this week Mississippi Saves Week. Savings and financial literacy are some of my office’s core functions. … Read More

McRae Holds Local Office Hours for Unclaimed Property, Identifies More Than $165k in Lauderdale County


This week, State Treasurer David McRae held local office hours in Meridian, Mississippi. In just five hours, Treasury’s team identified more than $165,000 in unclaimed property through 100+ claims. The event attracted more than 250 area residents and is the first in a series of local office hours that will be held this year. All Mississippians are encouraged to begin … Read More

$1.5 Million of Unclaimed Property Returned in First Six Weeks


Mississippi State Treasurer David McRae today announced the Treasury Department has returned $1.5 million of unclaimed property during his first six weeks in office. “Many in Mississippi don’t realize the state is looking for the rightful owners of millions of dollars in unclaimed property,” said McRae. “From the first day in office, we wanted to be proactive about returning the … Read More

Treasurer David McRae Launches 2020 College Savings Mississippi Art Contest


Mississippi State Treasurer David McRae today launched the 2020 College Savings Mississippi Art Contest. Students from pre-K through 12th Grade are eligible to enter. Contest winners will receive a scholarship worth up to $529 in the form of a Mississippi Affordable College Savings (MACS) account. “I am excited to announce this year’s College Savings Mississippi Art Contest,” said McRae. “Art … Read More

The next step forward


“The next step forward in building an inclusive society is making sure every young American gets a great education and the opportunity to achieve the American Dream.” Those words from President Trump’s State of the Union this week really stuck with me, as they touch on one of the core responsibilities I have as Mississippi State Treasurer. In addition to … Read More

Tonight’s State of the State Address


Were you able to catch Governor Reeves’ State of the State address this evening? He did a great job, focusing on fixes to the prison system, workforce development, and teacher pay. All in all, I thought he laid out an aggressive and substantive plan for the future of Mississippi. At Treasury, we are excited to support his workforce development agenda … Read More

The First Week


Good Monday morning! Last week began my time as Mississippi Treasurer, and I must say that I continue to be humbled by your support and encouragement. Thank you. Even amid the busyness of the swearing in, I am excited to report that we have largely finished the hiring process. Our team is ready to hit the ground running, and we … Read More