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Tour the Unclaimed Property Vault in Illinois

Illinois is offering tours of the state treasurer’s vault, which holds the state’s unclaimed property. This is the second year in a row State Treasurer Dan Rutherfold will be offering public tours of the vault, where the state keeps the unclaimed property. The tours will Last year, over 1,000 people toured the unclaimed property vault. That year, they were able to return $101 million in unclaimed funds and property.

Most of the Illinois unclaimed property comes from abandoned or unclaimed safety deposit contents. The property is held for 5 years. After 5 years, the property is auctioned off and the money is held indefinitely until the owner comes forward to claim the property (or money).

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