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The Governments Plan to Spend Citizens Unclaimed Money

Wednesday, March 29th, 2006

Unclaimed money accounts in the United States total over $25 BILLION dollars! The money ends up in these account do to the governments “escheat laws� requiring institutions such as banks to turn over funds from dormant bank accounts, uncashed checks, unused gift cards, etc. States are now passing bills to spend the money from these Unclaimed Property Trust Funds.

These funds are owed to millions of Americans and instead of making any sizable effort to contact the rightful owners, the state is now proposing to spend this money to handle there own budget problems.

5 Tips to Getting Extra Money for Christmas Shopping

Wednesday, March 29th, 2006

Christmas shopping is getting more and more expensive each year. With over 70% of Americans reported to be living paycheck to paycheck, where does the money come from for Christmas shopping? Here are 5 tips to getting some extra money for holiday shopping:

1 – Sell items on Ebay

Everyone is buying right now. Why not have them buy what you have for sale? All different types of items sell on ebay – the clothes your kids never even wore that still have the tags on them, DVD’s, collectible items sitting around just collecting, and any other “hot� items you may have lying around.

$25 Billion in Unclaimed Money. How much is owed to you?

Wednesday, March 29th, 2006


$25 Billion in Unclaimed Money. How much is owed to you?

Santa Ana, CA — November 22, 2005 – It is reported that 8 out of 9 people have unclaimed money. The nationwide total of unclaimed money is estimated as high as $25 billion dollars owed to 1 billion people! Chances are you or someone in your immediate family has money waiting to be claimed.

Have you ever put a deposit down for a gas or electric account? Moved and forgot about the deposit? The money is yours, but now the electric company doesn’t know where to send it. The money is placed in state’s treasury department fund for unclaimed property. This is one of hundreds of places missing money may come from.

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