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South Carolina has $300 Million in Unclaimed Money

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

The state of South Carolina recently reported an excess of $300 million in unclaimed money. Most of this money is coming from cable tv companies, banks, utility companies, and life insurance companies.

South Carolina has launched the Palmetto Program as an initiative for the states to return this rightful unclaimed money to the owners. Most states have similar programs of public education, and offer searches for unclaimed money in your name.

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12 Most Common Sources of Unclaimed Money

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

ABC news recently reported an article describing the 12 most common forms of unclaimed funds. These sources give great insight in helping you find the maximum amounts of unclaimed property.

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Were You a 2008 Late Tax Filer? You Could Have Money!

Monday, February 27th, 2012

The IRS is still holing over $1 billion in unclaimed IRS money from 2008′s late tax filers. These refunds checks are most likely held if the tax payer did not file for 2009 or 2010.

The law provides a 3 year period to claim this money, which is almost up for 2008 unclaimed refunds owed.

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IRS Holds $1 Billion in Unclaimed Tax Refunds

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Recently reported, the IRS owed $1 billion in unclaimed money. That money belongs to over 1 million people, half of which are owed over $600. This refund money is from 2008.

Some of this money may be from those who have failed to collect their refund, or those who failed to file completely.

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Retirement Community Resident in Florida Receives $79,000 in Unclaimed Stocks

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

One retirement community resident was awarded $79,000 in unclaimed stocks in Florida. A check was awarded to this community on a recent Good Morning America.

The recipent of this large amount of unclaimed money is planned to go to taking the grandchildren to Walt Disney World.

Florida currently holds over $1 billion in unclaimed money. The best way to find your unclaimed money is with CashUnclaimed.com, the largest unclaimed money website in the world.

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Maryland’s Looking to Save Taxpayers, Not Promote Unclaimed Money

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Maryland is debating saving tax payers $500,000 in advertising expenses by cutting out publishing the owners of unclaimed money or property in supplements found in the newspapers.

The state Comptroller, Peter Franchot, instead proposed placing a small ad n the newspapers directing people to go to the website to search for unclaimed money.

In 2011, Maryland had 75,000 unclaimed money owners, and only 6% of those owners came forward to claim their money. With this figure being so low, the state Comptroller has a valid reason for getting rid of the high advertising expense and save the tax payers money.

Mississippi is Returning Unclaimed Money to Residents

Monday, February 20th, 2012

The state of Mississippi has returned over $240,000 in unclaimed money in just a few days. The state treasurer’s phone lines have been ringing off the hook with residents calling to inquire about unclaimed money they may have.

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Maryland Experiencing Steady Increase in Unclaimed Money

Friday, February 17th, 2012

Maryland is dealing with the increasing pile of unclaimed money, which is hampering the working of the state agencies who are managing these lost funds. The state agencies are introducing initiatives to spread awareness about importance of Maryland unclaimed money to public.

As per the current estimates by the State Treasury, Maryland lost money in total comes to be around $970 million dollars with a total available record of 860,000. Although Maryland boats of $470,000 return last year to the rightful owners, the main problem lies in the rate at which the lost money pile is growing.

$336.4 Million Powerball Jackpot Remains Unclaimed

Thursday, February 16th, 2012

The Rhode Island $336.4 million Powerball jackpot is still unclaimed. The question of “What would you do with $336.4 million?” has been the talk of the town among Newport, R.I. residents. Unclaimed lottery money is one of the major forms of unclaimed money, and the reason the overall unclaimed money amount is so high.

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Indiana Returned $4 Million In Unclaimed Property

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Last year, the state of Indiana returned nearly $4 million in unclaimed property to its current or former residents.

This unclaimed property included forgotten investment earning, insurance money, money from bank accounts and safe deposit box items.

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