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.
Due to this, the treasure tax collector office of California has made an appeal to the people of California, including San Diego, to check upon their tax refunds, to help them clear the unclaimed money lying in their tax office. For this, scrutinized information has been provided on their website containing details about the names, addresses and amount of unclaimed money of the owners.
The Tax Collector Officer of San Diego, Dan McAllister, is also putting in his share of efforts for the purpose. He has stated that the people who have done business with the people or companies of San Diego County, to check their names amongst the list of unclaimed money owners present on their site.
At this site, people will find unclaimed money lying in their name in the form of any pending tax refunds that wasn’t claimed. It contains a total of 900 accounts of both individuals and different companies or businesses, that weren’t claimed. The maximum share of this amount of unclaimed tax refunds belongs to property tax refunds. Certain efforts are also being made by the government in this regard by refunding people that were overtaxed at any point of time.