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Nevada is Looking for Owners of Unclaimed Property

Monday, April 30th, 2012

Reported on rgj.com, the state of Nevada is looking for owners of unclaimed property. Nevada State Treasurer, Kate Marshall, recently initiated “Operation Claim It”, which launches her push for the residents to come forward and claim their unclaimed money.

Currently, over $400 million is being held in unclaimed money by the Nevada State Treasurer. Of that, over $1 million is unclaimed savings bonds. There are 5 amounts of unclaimed money that is between $138,000 and $151,000!

Other forms of unclaimed money are unclaimed utility deposits, unclaimed bank accounts, and unclaimed rebates or refunds.

Unclaimed Property Becomes Major Burden for California

Friday, April 27th, 2012

Among all the states across the U.S. the latest victim of unclaimed money pile is California, which claims of over $6 billion in the office of the treasury as California unclaimed property. The state also boasts of massive returns made last year to the rightful owners.

The problem of unclaimed money is getting severe across most of the states in the U.S. and leading is California. As per the latest estimates released by the state treasury, California is currently riding on a massive pile of $6 billion. This $6 billion is comprised mostly of insurance deposits, un-cashed checks, gift certificates and idle savings accounts. The stat agencies blame it on the ignorance and lack of education among the people for the growth of unclaimed property in California.

CBS Explains How To Claim Unclaimed Money in 2012

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

CBS, Pittsburg, recently released an e-article explaining how to claim unclaimed money this year. Pennsylvania has over $1.8 billion sitting with the state in unclaimed money. Of that, over $200 MORE has arrived after April 15th of this year.

Rob McCord, Treasurer of Pennsylvania, has been reaching out to citizens to search and claim their unclaimed money. They have been hard at work trying to find the owners of the unclaimed money or property that remains in their custody.

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Scott County, Kentucky Reports $1.4 Million in Unclaimed Money

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

It was reported today on WKYT.com that the county of Scott in Kentucky alone has $1.4 million currently existing in unclaimed money. The whole state of Kentucky is working hard to return the millions to thousands of Kentucky residents.

Kentucky plans on getting together a group of volunteers. These people will go through the unclaimed money list in hopes they know a few people on the list, who will then notify those people about their unclaimed money.

The state is also encouraging people to check the state websites and conduct unclaimed money searches of their own.

Massachusetts Unclaimed Money Totals $2 Billion

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

Massachusetts has recently reported a total of $2 billion existing in unclaimed money. Massachusetts State Treasurer, Steven Grossman, claims that one in ten residents of MA have unclaimed money that they have been unaware of for years.

Grossman is trying hard to return this $2 Billion back to its owners. In the 2011 fiscal year, he was successful in returning $76 million back to Massachusetts residents. He aims to return more in the 2012 fiscal year.

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Texas Has High Amounts of Unclaimed Property

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

Texas unclaimed property is creating headlines for reaching an alarming figure of $2.2 billion. The state agencies are still in a dilemma to find a strategy in order to put a stop to the growth rate of this lost money pile. As per the state agencies, the total records presently with the state averages to be around 12 million.

Texas unclaimed money and property are some of the main problems that have been disturbing the economy of Texas for a quite a time now. The state agencies are trying their best towards attaining a robust technique to curb the growth of lost money pile, and also to create one of the best unclaimed property search technique. It is because of the repeated efforts of the state there were returns of about $164 million last year to the rightful owners.

Jason Mraz Has Unclaimed Money, Just Like You!

Thursday, April 19th, 2012

Famous pop-singer, Jason Mraz, has unclaimed money in West Virginia. The treasurer of West Virginia is urging singer Jason Mraz to come forward and claim his unclaimed money. Treasurer, John Perdue, announced that Jason Mraz is among the list of many that have unclaimed money under their name.

West Virginia currently has over $152 million in unclaimed money, which accounts for 716,000 unclaimed property accounts.

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The AARP Is Helping Return Unclaimed Money

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

Today, the AARP posted an article about the importance of finding unclaimed money. They claim there is nearly $33 BILLION that currently exists in unclaimed money throughout the country.

The AARP urges it’s readers to search for their unclaimed money for free, mentioning various websites that offer free unclaimed money searches. Among them, CashUnclaimed.com, which is failed to be mentioned, is however, the BEST unclaimed money website to use when searching for unclaimed money. CashUnclaimed.com has the ability to search both state and federal records at once, saving much time and allowing the MOST amount of unclaimed money found.

Businesses Can Have Unclaimed Money Too

Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

Recently reported, one St. Louis firm received over $118,000 in unclaimed money. This firm had over 52 individual accounts, which all belonged to the company.

The unclaimed money was made up of unclaimed stocks, bonds, refunds, dividends, and rebates.

This shows that not only individuals can have unclaimed money, companies and even local governments can have some form of unclaimed money waiting for them. The best way to search for unclaimed money is with CashUnclaimed.com, the largest unclaimed money database in the world! CashUnclaimed.com is able to search both state and federal records at once, allowing a maximum search for you money.

Maryland is Searching For Owners of Unclaimed Property

Monday, April 16th, 2012

Reported in the Washington Post, the state of Maryland is searching for the owners of unclaimed property. The state Comptroller, Peter Franchot, is running a list of unclaimed property owners in the annual paper for the next 2 weeks. There is currently $50 million being held by the Maryland state treasury in unclaimed property, and it is the state Comptroller’s mission to return this money back to its owners.

The state is currently holding money that has been unclaimed for 3 years or more. They have been successful in returning over $300 million over the past few years in unclaimed property, and hope this “Treasure Hunt” initiative will help to return more.


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