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Welcome to the Nebraska State Treasurer’s website. We are using the latest technology to serve Nebraskans as cost effectively as possible. Whether searching for unclaimed property, for information about how to save for your children’s college education, or for details about how the state is spending your tax dollars, you can begin here from the comfort of your home or office.
Please visit us Monday through Friday in Suite 2005 of the State Capitol. Or, contact us anytime through this website. Please let us know how we can be of assistance to you. Thanks for visiting. Come back again soon.
Don Stenberg
Nebraska State Treasurer
Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg
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Nebraska NEST Financial Scholars

Welcome to Nebraska NEST Financial Scholars. Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg and the Nebraska Educational Savings Trust (NEST) proudly present this online educational platform focused on financial literacy for Nebraska high school students and information about college savings for parents and grandparents, all at no charge to users.

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Treasurer Stenberg Proposes Zero Increase in Treasurer’s Operating Budget for Next Two Years

State Treasurer Don Stenberg says he is proposing a zero increase in his office’s 2015-17 operating budget, which was submitted earlier this week to the State Budget Division of the Department of Administrative Services. At the same time, he says, he is proposing to boost the office’s efforts to return unclaimed property to owners.

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Treasurer Stenberg Reports ‘Great’ First Year for Nebraska NEST Financial Scholars Financial Literacy Program for High Schools
Treasurer Stenberg says Nebraska NEST Financial Scholars had a great first year, but needs to do more by increasing the number schools participating and the number of high school students being served.

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Search Unclaimed Property
  • $135 million in Nebraska unclaimed property
  • 350,000 names of people, businesses, and organizations in our database of property owners
  • $10,900,000 paid out so far in 2014
  • 15,897 claims paid so far in 2014

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