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Indiana: Find Your Unclaimed Money

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

Indiana’s Office of the Attorney General is looking for the owners of unclaimed money the state is holding on to. According to Jamie Barb, the Public Information Officer for the Unclaimed Property Division of the Attorney General, the state of Indiana has been among the few states making an effort to return unclaimed money back to its owners.

Currently, Indiana has $380 million in unclaimed money. The state has been advertising unclaimed money in local newspapers throughout the state.

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California’s Unclaimed Property Still Rising

Monday, July 30th, 2012

State of California is inundated with its growing pile of unclaimed funds with almost 11.6 million individuals still unaware of their unclaimed cash or property. In responseto this unmanageable situation, the state of California has enacted Unclaimed Property Law that requires property holders such as corporations, business associations, financial institutions and insurance companies to annually report and return dormant property to the State Controller’s Office. By a rough estimate, about $600 million are collected by the California state unclaimed funds division annually.

$211 Million in Unclaimed Funds has Been Returned to Florida Residents

Friday, July 27th, 2012

Florida has returned $211 million in unclaimed money to Florida residents during the last budget year, leaving $1 billion still to be returned. This amount of return is a record high in returns for unclaimed money for Florida.

Most of the current unclaimed money comes from unclaimed safety deposit boxes, dormant bank accounts, unclaimed utility deposits, unclaimed insurance funds, and unclaimed trust money.

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San Diego County Has Over $300,000 in Unclaimed Funds

Thursday, July 26th, 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.

Unclaimed Money up for Grabs in Pittsburg

Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

Pittsburg is attempting to return unclaimed money back to its owners, according to WPXI.com. OVer 40,000 residents are receiving letters in the mail to notify them of their unclaimed money.

Consumer Investigator, Robin Taylor, urges those who receive the letters to pursue looking for their unclaimed money; these letters are not a scheme, and are in fact, legitimate.

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Are You the Owner of $840,000 in North Carolina Unclaimed Funds?

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

North Carolina’s government is giving the amount of $840,000 in unclaimed funds one more month for the owner to come forward to claim it. This lump sum was found in a storage unit in Graham during a drug investigation in April.

The IRS has been publishing notices in the newspaper to notify the owner of the existence of this unclaimed money, however no one has come forward to be the proven owner of this money. The money will be forfeited to the government if not claimed before August 21, 2012.

Prudential is Holding $1.5 Million is Unclaimed Funds

Monday, July 23rd, 2012

Effective July 18th, Wisconsin residents will be able to search for Prudential Insurance Company unclaimed funds in the state database. Prudential recently turned over $1.5 million in one of several payments through the end of the year.

Wisconsin has received almost 2,00 names from Prudential and have been added to the state database.

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San Diego Residents: Find Your Unclaimed Cash

Friday, July 20th, 2012

Reported today in the San Diego Business Journal, San Diego county has around 800 unclaimed cash accounts, which amounts to $200,000. San Diego State Treasurer, Dan McAllister, has been working hard to return the unclaimed money to it’s owners.

These funds are from anyone who has done business with any county department in the past 3 years, and are overpayments. The majority of the money is property tax refunds, and the remaining is from refunds by various county departments.

San Diego State Treasurer is hoping the owners will come forward to claim the money by September 14th. After the deadline, the unclaimed money is transferred to the general funds.

Unclaimed Lottery Money in Denver Remains Unclaimed

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

Unclaimed lottery money could make you a millionaire. A lottery ticket worth $3.7 million sold in Denver but the jackpot amount goes unclaimed because the winner is yet to come forward to claim the prize unclaimed money.
A lottery ticket with the prize money of $3.7 million was sold in Denver. To the surprise of many, the real prize winner is yet to stand up and claim the prize money. The winning ticket was sold at a convenience store, 7-Eleven located at 4085 E at Mississippi Avenue.

Riverside County Owes Your Unclaimed Property Tax

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

Riverside is sitting on an abundance of unclaimed property tax owed to Riverside County residents, according to Banning-BeaumontPatch.com. If you think you may be owed some of this unclaimed property tax, checking before August 1st will be beneficial.

After August 1, according to the county treasurer tax collector, “If the money remains unclaimed for four years after the payment date, or one year after the mailing of your claim form, whichever is later, state codes allow the county to keep the cash.”


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