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Arkansas Holds $76 Million in Unclaimed Federal Assistance Money

Thursday, May 31st, 2012

Arkansas is sitting on millions in unclaimed money. As per the recent news reports, the state of Arkansas is said to be sitting on top of a pile of a massive pile of 76 million dollars of unclaimed money.

The state is currently riding on a high pile of 76 million dollars of unclaimed federal assistance money. This money was actually raised for the low-income families residing in the state, but due to some concerns, the amount remains unclaimed. The state treasury is asking people to search the database of the state of Arkansas to get information on the total amount pending under their name. Non-state sponsored websites may also prove to be a good source of information for the claimants to get information on the total amount of unclaimed federal money pending under their name.

Sacramento Imposes Deadline to Claim Unclaimed Money

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

The city of Sacramento has nearly $2 million in unclaimed money owed to residents and businesses. However, the city has recently imposed a deadline of June 25th for organizations to claim their unclaimed money.

Sacramento has recently publicized the list of unclaimed money owners through legal notices, email alerts and social networking sites, however no one from the list is being contacted directly. Some organizations on the list:
SPCA is owed $350
Sacramento Renaissance Tower is owed nearly $8,000
Sacramento Sheriff’s Department is owed over $500
Sacramento County Recorder is owed more than $1,000

If the money is not claimed by June 25, the money will go into the city’s budget for basic services.

Palmetto Payback is Helping Return Unclaimed Money to South Carolina Residents

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

According to CBS 7 in Columbia, SC, South Carolina may pass a bill that will let the state join 40 other states in auditing large companies or corporations for money that has been left behind or not paid out. This bill will help many South Carolina residents be united with their unclaimed money.

The passing of this bill will greatly affect unclaimed insurance money. There is currently over 100,000 policies that remain unclaimed at the moment, with no identity. This bill will help identify who those policies belong to so the owners can be found.

Ohio Returned Over 800 Million in Unclaimed Money in 2011

Friday, May 25th, 2012

Unclaimed money, worth $800 million, has been returned to the rightful owners in Ohio after the launch of Ohio Treasure Hunt. The Ohio Treasure Hunt has had great success in 2011 with returning large amounts of unclaimed money to its owners.

David Goodman, the Director of Department of Commerce Ohio, urges the residents to participate in the Ohio Treasure Hunt so that much more Ohio unclaimed money lying in the region can be returned to the rightful owners as soon as possible. It is after the launch of this much talked about Treasure Hunt the state agencies are boasting of a massive $800 million return at the starting of the New year 2011.
As per the director, people residing in Ohio are unaware of the fact that there are lost property or money located in the region under their name, which is why the state started releasing names of people in the local newspaper.

Texas Has Billions in Unclaimed Money

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

The State Comptroller announced recently that 1 in 4 residents are owed some form of unclaimed money or property. The majority of these funds come from unclaimed dividends, royalty checks, unclaimed utility deposits, and overpayments on insurance.

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Gambling Isn’t The Only Way to Make More Money in Las Vegas

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

Fox5 News in Las Vegas recently reported that Nevada is currently holding millions in unclaimed money and property. The amount, to be exact, is over $400 million that is being held by the Nevada state government.

Of the $400 million, at least $1 million is unclaimed U.S. Savings Bonds.

In order to return the money back to its owners, State Treasurer Kate Marshall created Operation Claim It!, which urges the citizens to conduct their own searches for unclaimed money.

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You Could Have Unclaimed Lawsuit Money Waiting

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

Pennsylvania will soon be using unclaimed money from class action suits to help the poor. This unclaimed lawsuit money will help provide legal aid for those less fortunate in Pennsylvania.

On Friday, the Supreme Court announced that the left over unclaimed lawsuit money, half of the money left over from class action suits, after all the legal costs have been paid, will go to a fund that provides grants for legal aid services around Pennsylvania. This new rule requires 50% of the unclaimed lawsuit funds to go to the Pennsylvania Interest on Lawyer Trust Accounts Board.

Are You Owed Ohio Unclaimed Funds?

Monday, May 21st, 2012

Ohio is looking for owners of unclaimed funds. In over a year, 51,000 Ohioans have been reunited with their unclaimed money, however there is still much more to give.

The Ohio Division of Unclaimed Property is urging people to search for unclaimed money, even if they don’t think they have any.

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San Diego County Reaches Over $250 Thousand in Unclaimed Money

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

There is a lot of unclaimed money in San Diego County to be claimed. The recent research held by the government of San Diego has uncovered the worrying statistics stating their total of unclaimed money to cross the number of $250 Thousand. Now, the government has increased its efforts and changed its strategies for getting rid of this large chunk of unclaimed money.

The county of San Diego and the team dealing with California unclaimed money is facing tough times. The county of San Diego alone is burdened by an heavy amount of $250 thousand as their unclaimed money. As per the reports, most of this unclaimed money is present in the form of unclaimed tax refunds.

Oklahoma Currently has Millions in Unclaimed Money

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

According to newson6.com, Oklahoma currently has millions the state is holding in unclaimed money. Currently the money is being held on to by the state’s Unclaimed Property Division. Unfortunately, the state doesn’t have the resources and funding to track down the owners of this unclaimed money. The state is urging the public to come forward and conduct their own searches for unclaimed money.

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