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How to Claim California Unclaimed Funds

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

California is the place you want to be, as the Beverly Hillbillies theme song once declared, and The Golden State is definitely where you want to be if you want to get your hands on some of the unclaimed funds that are slowly being distributed about. If this is the first time you’ve heard about California unclaimed funds, considered to be the state’s latest gold rush, you will be pleased to learn that there are hundreds of millions of dollars – and possibly more – being kept in the state’s treasury. Now all current and former residents have a chance to search for any unclaimed funds that may be owed to them with a simple online search.

Why New Hampshire Still Has Missing Cash

Friday, May 16th, 2014

New Hampshire still has missing cash for the exact same reason all the other states are facing a massive missing money problem – the residents simply don’t have a clue that a New Hampshire missing money problem even exists. With so much money flowing into the state’s Treasury each month, you would think that missing money in New Hampshire would make front-page news. Unfortunately, lost cash must not be that important because most residents are content to go about their day without so much as considering the money that may be owed to them. If you are a resident of the state or you used to be, and you want to change your way of thinking – and you want some of this lost cash for yourself – visit one of the largest databases of its kind in the entire US. This database, aptly named Cash Unclaimed, is just a browser tab away.

Why Maryland is Still Finding Missing Cash

Friday, March 21st, 2014

Maryland officials are still stumbling over checks, bank accounts, stock and bonds at the state treasury office and you may have ownership into what’s being kept and managed. Officials thought they had a good handle on the problem of Maryland missing cash when the treasury office started returning the money to the rightful owners by the hundreds and thousands over the past few years. Now, the problem seems to be growing and soon officials won’t have a handle on it at all. Missing cash in Maryland may grow to out-of-control proportions, unless you step forward and do your best to help. To find out how, simply point your favorite Internet browser to Cash Unclaimed. There you will be asked to enter some vital information. What you enter and what you find may tip the Maryland missing cash scales in your favor.

The Scoop on Lost Funds in New Hampshire

Monday, February 24th, 2014

New Hampshire wants all of its citizens to know that they could be rolling in dough very soon, but only if they take action. The scoop is, the state takes in millions of dollars each year in unclaimed or lost funds and so far very few people are coming forward to claim what is rightfully theirs. The money exists as cash and checks, for the most part, but there are also stocks, bonds and entire estates that need to be redistributed quickly. The state would rather this mass return of funds be conducted sooner rather than later and in order for that to happen, the citizenry is going to have to actually act. You can take part in this one-of-a-kind New Hampshire lost funds reunion by visiting Cash Unclaimed, considered to be the largest database of its kind in the known world.

Maryland is Still Missing Money

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013

If you live in Maryland and you thought that the missing money problem had all been taken care of, you are sorely mistaken. The problem has been gathering speed every year since it was first announced that missing money in Maryland had all been eradicated. Well, it is far from eradicated. In fact, the problem is only getting bigger.

Did You Know Florida Is Still Missing Cash?

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

The state of Florida is currently in the possession of over a billion dollars in missing money and state Treasurers would like nothing more than to return that money to the rightful owners. The money originates from several sources and many individuals who are owed the money are unaware that the money exists. This only exacerbates the problem, but luckily there is hope. A web-based database has been established to help make the process of finding Florida missing cash an easy one. Users only have to log in and enter some simple identifying information to potentially find hundreds or even thousands of dollars in missing cash.

New Hampshire Missing Funds

Monday, July 15th, 2013

It seems as though a floodgate has opened in the case of missing funds in New Hampshire. With checks, bank accounts, IRAs and more sources of New Hampshire missing funds arriving on a daily basis at treasury offices across the state, it’s clear that something must be done. To help with the overload and to help return all of those missing funds to the rightful owners, a new database has appeared online that promises a simple search and a simpler claim to any money that might belong to current or former New Hampshire residents.

 

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Can Unclaimed Cash Be Invested?

Friday, May 24th, 2013

After finding unclaimed money, many individuals are wondering if they can now invest the money that has been out of their possession for some time. To invest unclaimed cash is nothing new. Many states use the practice to fix monetary holes in their over strained budgets. Sadly, the practice isn’t very popular with the public. If you have recently found money and it’s now burning a hole in your pocket, here are a few reasons why you may want to keep your unclaimed cash invested.

 

The States Invest Unclaimed Cash

Make A Bet On Lost Funds In Nevada

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013

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< ![endif]-->You don’t have to go to Vegas to bet on big money in Nevada. If you live in the state or you used to reside there, you may be able to claim lost funds in Nevada to the tune of hundreds or even thousands of dollars. If your name matches one of the names on the state’s Nevada lost funds registry, you’ll be able to claim what’s rightfully yours. To find out, you need an Internet connection and a name. Are you ready to find out if you have ever lost funds in Nevada? Step right up and learn how.

Florida Is Ready For Missing Cash Relief

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013


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< ![endif]-->Florida is facing financial overload and it’s calling on the state’s citizenry for help. While a financial overload may sound like a great problem to have, it’s not such a great problem when you consider that all the cash is missing and that it belongs to people who, for the most part, don’t even know it exists. Further compounding the problem is that all the missing cash in Florida is typically years old, which makes locating the rightful owners even more difficult for the state’s treasurers. For this reason, the treasury is calling on everyone to help. Help relief missing cash in Florida. Don’t worry, you don’t even have to leave your chair.


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