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Mitt Romney’s Father May Have Unclaimed Money

Monday, May 14th, 2012

The state of Michigan may be holding $2,000 in unclaimed money for Mitt Romney’s father, which Mitt Romney may be eligible to claim, according to public records. It is to be determined if these funds are owed to Mitt Romney’s father, however, George W. Romney is owed funds amounting to over $2,000. The funds are from General Electric Co, and Hewlett-Packard Co.

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Louisiana State Treasuries Faces Piles of Missing Money

Friday, May 11th, 2012

Louisiana is not far behind when it comes to missing money or property scattered in different parts of the state. The state is planning to introduce certain new initiatives so that the burden can be reduced on the state treasury.

The estimated figures of Louisiana missing money comes to be in millions, which is creating problems for the state treasury. According to the state agencies, the main contributors to the pile of lost money are insurance proceeds, interest payments, utility deposits, old bank accounts and un–cashed checks.

Unclaimed Settlement Funds is an Emerging Source of Unclaimed Money

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

Tampa Bay Business Journal announced today that over $825,000 in unclaimed settlement funds were distributed this week to 8 organizations. These funds came from a class action suit that remained unclaimed from 4 different law firms.

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Texas is Holding on to Over $2.5 Billion in Unclaimed Funds

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

CBS.com recently reported the state of Texas is currently holding on t $2.5 billion in Texas unclaimed money. Texas Comptroller, Amy Redmond, explains their desire to return this money back to the original owners. The state has taken part in many different methods to notify the public about their unclaimed funds.

Much of the Texas unclaimed money comes from dividends, royalties, utility deposits and overpayments on insurance. Other forms are through rebates or refunds never cashed.

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Idaho Experiences Unclaimed Lottery Money

Monday, May 7th, 2012

Idaho has had around $6 million pile up in unclaimed lottery money over the past few years. In 2012, nearly $3.7 million in unclaimed lottery prizes went unclaimed, and roughly $2.3 million went unclaimed in 2011.

The money is available to claim within 180 days. After 180 days goes by, the money goes to benefit Idaho public education.

The state of Idaho is urging people to make sure they check their lottery tickets before they throw them away to see if they are winners of some prize.

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New York has $11 Billion in Unclaimed Money to Return

Friday, May 4th, 2012

Announced in the Poughkeepsie Journal, the state of New York has over $11 billion in unclaimed money waiting for its owners to claim it back. This unclaimed money amounts adds up to over 26 million accounts in New York.

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Indiana State Officials Take Major Role in Returning Unclaimed Money

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

Indiana state officials are trying their best in reuniting the owners with their lost properties that are scattered in different parts of the states. As per the state treasuries, Indiana unclaimed money scattered in different region comes to be in the millions.

The officials have taken initiatives to assist the claimants in preparing a database compiling all the information related to lost property of the region at one place. A claimant can use this database to conduct free searches related to Indiana unclaimed property. All he or she has to do to find their unclaimed money or property is provide information in the space provided.

Pennsylvania Schools Are Also Receiving Unclaimed Money

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

The state of Pennsylvania has discovered over $89,000 in unclaimed funds owed to schools in Allegheny County. This unclaimed money comes from various sources, such as old accounts with credit balances from Verizon or Sprint. This money comes at a great time, especially since the large budget cuts in the education sector in Pennsylvania.

Some other notable unclaimed money amounts owed to Pennsylvania schools:
Quaker Valler is owed $9,000
Moon and Fox Chapel school districts each are receiving $3,500
Avonworth School District had $28,000

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