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Suggested Links

The following is a list of links State Treasurer Ron Estes recommends visiting. If you would like to suggest any others, send Ron an E-Mail note and let him know at ron@treasurer.ks.gov.

  • Receive a copy of your Credit Report - Kansans can now download a copy of their credit report, free of charge, thanks to a recent amendment to the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Free copies of the report can be requested once every 12 months.
  • Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation - This is the official information website for the Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation against Swiss Banks and other Swiss Entities. You may have important rights under a proposed $1.25 billion (U.S.) Settlement of a class action lawsuit against private Swiss Banks and other Swiss Entities for their alleged conduct related to World War II and the Holocaust.
  • FDIC Unclaimed Funds Search - If a financial institution is closed, by a regulatory agency, the FDIC is appointed as Receiver and is responsible for the payment of insured deposits and the liquidation of the remaining assets. This site lets you search for unclaimed funds from closed financial institutions.
  • PBGC Pension Search - If you worked for a company in the past that went out of business or ended its defined benefit pension plan, you may be entitled to pension money.
  • The Information Network of Kansas - This is the Official Website of Kansas.
  • National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA) - This site links you with other states' unclaimed property websites and provides additional information on abandoned financial assets.
  • Learning Quest Savings - This site contains information regarding the Kansas Post-Secondary Savings Program. Save for Your Child's Education and enjoy outstanding tax benefits while you watch your savings grow!
  • Pooled Money Investment Board (PMIB) - Treasurer Estes is a member of this five-member board that is responsible for managing the State's investments. This site also includes information about the Municipal Investment Pool.
  • Emporia State University - One of Kansas' six regents institutions, Emporia State University is located 50 miles southwest of the Capital City.
  • Fort Hays State University - One of Kansas' six regents institutions, Fort Hays State University is located in Hays, west of Topeka.
  • Kansas State University - One of Kansas' six regents institutions, K-State is located in Manhattan, KS.
  • University of Kansas - One of Kansas' six regents institutions, KU is located in Lawrence to the east of Topeka.
  • Pittsburg State University - One of Kansas' six regents institutions, Pittsburg State University is located in Pittsburg, KS.
  • Wichita State University - One of Kansas' six regents institutions, Wichita State is located in Wichita, KS.
  • American Institute of CPAs - This national organization provides extensive information regarding accounting and other financially oriented fields.
  • National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers and Treasurers (NASACT) - Find links to other treasury websites. This organization includes information concerning all state fiscal officials.
  • National Association of State Treasurers (NAST) - Learn more about the responsibilities of your state treasurer and the organization dedicated to serving their needs.
  • Kansas Public Employee's Retirement System (KPERS) - This website contains information on all the functions of this $6 billion state employee retirement fund.
  • Save For America This is a nationally recognized organization that operates school savings programs in 40 states, including Kansas.
  • Kansas League of Municipalities - The Kansas League of Municipalities provides research, legislative and policy support services for cities across the state.
  • Office of the Kansas Securities Commissioner - The mission of the Office of the Kansas Securities Commissioner is to protect and inform Kansas investors, to promote integrity and full disclosure in financial services, and to foster capital formation.
  • New Kansas Higher Education Savings Program and UPromise enhancements