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Plymouth County: Find Your Unclaimed Money in Local Papers

The Great Iowa Treasure Hunt has hit Plymouth County attempting to return unclaimed money. The Great Iowa Treasure Hunt has officially hit the cities of Plymouth County on Monday, June 18th, with lists of unclaimed money owners published in the local newspapers.

Plymouth County is currently sitting on over $350,000 in unclaimed property. State Treasurer, Michael Fitzgerald, is determined to return this money back to Plymouth residents.

The most common forms of unclaimed money currently being held in Iowa is unclaimed savings and checking accounts, stocks, un-cashed checks, and life insurance policies.

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