U.s. Treasury Department
HELENA — Wayne Klinkel has taken the old “my dog ate my homework” excuse to a new level.
For nearly three decades, Marie Kautz has been getting her Social Security retirement checks in her mailbox, and that’s the way she likes it.
The U.S. Treasury Department announced Thursday an award of $60 million to the Montana Community Development Corporation to help create jobs.
Now that travel restrictions to Cuba have been relaxed, Billings attorney Bill Cole wants to take his wife, Anne, to the island next year.
Veterans, retirees and disabled people receiving benefits such as Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, VA and other federal money will be better able to protect their bank accounts from creditors with a new rule from the U.S. Treasury Department.
Projects east and south of downtown Billings could be eligible for another round of $56 million in community development funds awarded to Montana.
HELENA — Holders of lost savings bonds dating back to World War II say its not nearly as easy to track down the lost money as the U.S. Treasury Department claims in an ongoing lawsuit.