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Find Unclaimed Money in Idaho

Friday, March 30th, 2012

Reported today in the CDAPress.com, Idaho currently has $67 million sitting with the government in unclaimed money. The main sources of the unclaimed money is from unclaimed checking accounts, unclaimed stocks, and unclaimed insurance money.

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Taylor County Residents Owed $6.6 Million

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

Taylor county, in Texas, has over $6.6 million existing in unclaimed money. The state of Texas has over $2.5 billion! Most people are owed some type of unclaimed money, but are unaware.

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War Veteran Finds Over $9,000 in Unclaimed Money

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

Reported today on the KBOL Seattle website, a Korea War Veteran, Buford Neal, has recently found over $9,000 in unclaimed money. These funds were from old checking accounts, and unclaimed money left in escrow.

The state of Washington alone has $817 million in unclaimed money. The best way to search for your unclaimed money in Washington, or any other state, is with CashUnclaimed.com. Find your money for free today with CashUnclaimed.com!

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Missouri Facing $600 Million in Unclaimed Funds

Monday, March 26th, 2012

Missouri is experiencing a large amount of unclaimed funds with the state treasury. All the renowned state treasuries are aware of the problem of unclaimed or lost funds. Similarly, the Missouri unclaimed property pile touches an alarming figure of $600 million. In comparison to the growth rate of Missouri unclaimed funds, the reclaim rate is pretty low, which is a big cause of concern for the state agencies.

Missouri unclaimed money search was an unrealistic concept for many of the people who live in the area, as they never believed in getting back lost funds. The state considers this ignorance as the main reason behind the growing pile of increasing unclaimed funds in the treasury that are still waiting for the owners.

Pennsylvania Returns Unclaimed Money to Schools

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Pennsylvania state treasurer, Rob McCord, has been urging public schools to see if they have any unclaimed money. His efforts have paid off, because over $12,000 has been returned to schools in Pennsylvania, in the form of unclaimed money.

In the midst of budget cuts for most school districts, McCord has been trying hard to return unclaimed money back to the local schools. There is still money to be returned to many different school districts, in which McCord has been working heavily to try to return it.

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Missouri Returned Over $5 Million in Unclaimed Money

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

Missouri alone has already returned over $5 million of their unclaimed money to its citizens, but still have much more to return.

Their success is due to a call center that was set up to take incoming calls from various unclaimed money advertisements. The state has made the process of finding unclaimed money much easier, and have noticed great success with the start up of the call center.

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Pennsylvania Gives Over $110,000 to Child Support in Unclaimed Money

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

Over $110,000 in unclaimed property, all belonging to a parent who has failed to pay child support, was given to the child or children who deserve the money. This was an initiative set forth by the state treasury along with the Department of Public Welfare, to give the money to the deserving children.

The state of Pennsylvania has over $1.8 billion in unclaimed money. The best way to search for PA unclaimed money is with CashUnclaimed.com, the largest unclaimed money database in the world.

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Fox Business News Explains How to Find Your Missing Money

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

Reported today, Fox Business Online explains different ways you can find your missing money. According to Fox Business, there is about $32 BILLION in unclaimed money that is waiting to be claimed.

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Many Celebrities are Owed Unclaimed Money in California

Monday, March 19th, 2012

Tim Linecum, San Francisco Giant’s pitcher, Jay Leno, and Mark Zuckerberg, are to name a few of the many people who are owed unclaimed money in California.

According to this recent article posted on unclaimed money, nearly 17 million Americans have unclaimed money, and are completely unaware.

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Massachusetts Unclaimed Property Division Proven Slight Success

Friday, March 16th, 2012

The unclaimed property division of Massachusetts is showing positive results towards reducing the pile of unclaimed funds scattered in different parts of the state. The pile of unclaimed assets is increasing at an alarming rate, which is much more than that of the reclaiming rate.

As per the Abandoned Property Law of Massachusetts, the business firms are required to review their records every year to make sure they are not in possession of any Massachusetts unclaimed money or property. If they have any, they have to report it to the state agencies, along with the annual report of their findings.

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