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Riverside County Owes Your Unclaimed Property Tax

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.”

Even if there is a doubt that unclaimed property tax is owed, the best way to search for it is with CashUnclaimed.com. CashUnclaimed.com is the largest unclaimed money database in the world. CashUnclaimed.com will be able to find your unclaimed property tax. Search CashUnclaimed.com now before your unclaimed property tax money is given to the county!

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