Welcome to MassBondHolder.com. As Massachusetts State Treasurer, I greatly appreciate your interest in supporting the Commonwealth and its residents through the purchasing of our bonds. This website, for the benefit of our investors, houses information detailing the state’s finances, investor disclosure, previous bond sales, and upcoming bond offerings. Thank you for visiting. | Deborah B. Goldberg
Massachusetts Investor Relations
As a leader in investor disclosure, we are dedicated to providing our bond investors with transparency regarding financial disclosure information, our borrowing programs, and upcoming bond sales.
Why Invest in Massachusetts?
Income on Massachusetts municipal bonds are exempt from federal and state income taxes and are backed by one of the strongest and most diverse economies in the nation.
Massachusetts COVID-19 Advisories
Stay informed about the latest advisories, cases, regulations and guidances by visiting mass.gov.
On October 14 the Governor submitted a revised fiscal year 2021 budget recommendation to continue essential government services and promote economic growth and stability amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The Administration’s revised proposal protects local aid for cities and towns and sustains eligibility and benefit levels in social safety net programs – all without relying on new taxes.
Interest on Massachusetts bonds is excluded from gross income for both federal and Massachusetts' state tax purposes.
Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR)
DOR Commissioner Geoffrey Snyder announced that September revenue collections totaled $3.144 billion, $46 million or 1.4% less than the actual collections in September 2019. Find the full September Revenue numbers through the Department of Revenue website.