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Dear Friends,

Welcome and thank you for visiting the North Dakota State Treasurer's website.

I am so grateful to have the opportunity to serve as your 33rd State Treasurer. Public Service requires a solemn oath to do your very best. I am committed to an agenda that places the public interest at the center of every task, every day. The State Treasurer’s Office will always be accountable and responsive to you the people of North Dakota. You can count on it!

Our staff is here to serve you so if the information you seek is not available on-line, we encourage you to call or stop by. We are located on the 3rd floor of the state capitol building. Our door is always open!

Best Regards,
Kelly L. Schmidt
North Dakota State Treasurer

Government Funds - The Office of the State Treasurer manages 36 distribution formulas for funds that are distributed on a monthly, quarterly, semiannual or annual basis. The monthly distributions to political subdivisions range from $90 million to $150 million. The tax distribution formulas (part of the 36) generate about $250 million that are transferred monthly. Click here for a description of each fund and a current balance.

What other taxes and fees does the State Treasurer collect? - Click here for a listing.

Where does North Dakota’s revenue go? - Click here to search for County, City, School District, Township and Tribal revenue distributions across North Dakota.

How are North Dakota’s oil and gas taxes distributed? – The Office of the State Treasurer distributes North Dakota’s Oil and Gas tax revenue to a number of political subdivisions and funds. Click here for five charts that explain where this money goes.

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