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ESA alert — Treasurer to discuss ESAs on Tuesday 2/21

ESA alert — Treasurer to discuss ESAs on Tuesday 2/21 The Treasurer’s Office will be giving a presentation before the Assembly Ways and Means committee at 8:00 am on Tuesday, February 21, 2017. Education Savings Accounts will be a part of the presentation, as the Treasurer’s Office explains its proposed budget for the upcoming biennium. […]

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Seeing the ESA program over the finish line

Good afternoon ESA friends, It’s hard to believe, but we are just days away from the 2017 Nevada Legislative Session. On Monday, February 6, the legislature will convene in Carson City. And, Nevada’s Education Savings Account (ESA) program promises to be a topic hotly debated. As you know, the Nevada Supreme Court has ruled the […]

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season. 2016 was such a rollercoaster whirl-wind — with ESAs going from facing a lawsuit to declared-constitutional by the end of summer — that I, for one, really embraced the slowdown the holidays brought. Friends, 2017 promises much of the same pace with the new […]

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Don’t forget: Hit Submit!

Happy Holidays, ESA friends! For me, during this time of hustle-and-bustle I sometime forget to do things that are on my list.  I’m sure you’re probably the same way. This email is just a gentle whisper to remind everyone who has previously submitted an ESA application to complete their online ESA registration. So, I thought […]

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Treasurer’s ESA application portal has gone live!

Good morning ESA friends, The Treasurer’s ESA application portal has gone live! There’s a lot to walk through, so let’s get straight to it… Please be aware, while Treasurer Dan Schwartz continues to move forward with ESA applications, the program remains unfunded.  Continuing through the application process does not guarantee funding.  Ultimately, getting the program […]

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Treasurer’s office email

Good afternoon ESA friends, This is a quick note to update you on an email that some of you may have received from the treasurer’s office yesterday. The office was running a few system tests and emails were inadvertently sent out to some parents. If you did not get an email, don’t worry — not […]

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Your questions, answered.

Hello again, ESA friends, My email earlier this week triggered a few really good questions.  So, I’m going to go over those today. I applied during a previous enrollment period. Do I need to reapply? No.  The Treasurer’s office asks that you do not reapply, even if you applied in 2015. I previously applied and […]

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ESA Update: Delayed Enrollment

Hello ESA friends, As many of you know, today should mark the start of a new ESA enrollment period.  However, the Treasurer’s office has delayed enrollment pending guidance from the Nevada Attorney General’s Office. The office hopes to open the online enrollment portal no later than November 8th, 2016. Yes, enrollment will go back to […]

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Hello ESA friends!

I know you’ve recently received a lot of emails from me in a short period of time. Since the Supreme Court ruling, ESA has been very much a moving issue and I want to keep you as up-to-date as possible, and, hopefully inspire you as much as you have inspired me. So, please bear with […]

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Parents, your voices really are making a difference!

Good morning friends, I know you’ve been waiting patiently for an update on last week’s special session and ESA funding. But right off, I want to let you know that Treasurer Schwartz and his team at Treasury have been completely occupied in advocating for the immediate funding of the ESA program. So, at this time, […]

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