Michael Pieciak is Vermont’s state treasurer. We discuss a range of issues – the economic fallout of the recent flooding, Vermont’s financial condition, navigating the pandemic years, and more.
State Treasurer Mike Pieciak hosted a Virtual Policy Forum on Homelessness on Monday. The forum included Vermont housing stakeholders and University of Washington Assistant Professor Gregg Colburn, author of the book "Homelessness is a Housing Problem."
Vermont officials on Friday previewed programs they are developing to assist businesses and municipalities in the wake of last week’s flooding. State Treasurer Mike Pieciak said at the Berlin press conference that his office would advance payments to 40 of the hardest-hit towns.
Brattleboro Reformer: Vermont Main Street Flood Recovery Fund launches to support small businesses affected by record-breaking flooding
Vermont's small businesses have a substantial need given the severe nature of the flooding. There's a significant amount of work that will be required to be completed for most to be able to reopen.
Vermont State Treasurer Mike Pieciak, a Democrat who said he's worked under a GOP governor and that his father is a Republican, encouraged attendees at a conference in Boston last month to break partisan divides through their relationships and conversations.
The Essex Reporter: Introducing VT Saves: Treasurer Pieciak Discusses Retirement with Essex Rotary Club
Vermont State Treasurer Mike Pieciak attended Essex’s Rotary Club meeting Wednesday, July 5 to provide an update from the 2023 legislative session and introduce his office’s new retirement initiative, VT Saves (S.135).
Providing financial education and resources specifically tailored to LGBTQI+ individuals will help build the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate our financial lives.
Saving for retirement should be easy, but tens of thousands of Vermont workers lack access to a workplace retirement plan. Many of these workers are not saving a penny for retirement, and this is a major threat to Vermont’s economic future.
A new Vermont law is designed to encourage more Vermonters to save up for retirement.
April is Financial Literacy Month in the U.S., intended to raise awareness about developing good money habits early on.