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Unclaimed Child Support Funds Are On The Rise

Thursday, October 18th, 2012

Many parents are forced to pay child support and it would be nice if that money actually went directly to the child. Unfortunately, this is not usually how this ends up working out. When a court passes judgment on a defendant in a child support case, that money has to be paid to the court first and then it goes to the care giving parent. Sometimes that money never quite reaches the parent and it ends up becoming unclaimed funds that the state just holds onto. It isn’t until the rightful owner comes forward to claim these unclaimed child support funds that the money can be released.

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Monday, August 13th, 2012

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Where are YOUR unclaimed funds?

Thursday, July 26th, 2012

Most people are completely unaware of unclaimed funds!

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While Claims Decrease Unclaimed Funds Keep Growing

Thursday, July 12th, 2012

Although the amount of unclaimed funds available around the country seem to be increasing, there are not more people going around to collect those funds. There have been plenty initiatives developed by local, state and federal governments to get people to collect all of the unclaimed money out there, but some people just seem to be unaware that they have some money coming their way. There are also private organizations who have started to help out with the situation, and these organizations are doing everything they can to make sure that people can search for and start claiming the growing unclaimed funds. There are many different forms of unclaimed money out there, and hopefully more can be done about this problem of money sitting around with nowhere to go.

Search Tips To Find Free Unclaimed Funds

Friday, July 6th, 2012

Free money is out there and waiting for you to claim it. Have you ever had an account with the electric or utility company and moved? Have you ever had a bank account? How about an IRA, 401K, or any type of investment that was tied to a former job?

Where do you think that money goes? It goes into larger funds that can be distributed back to you at your request. You just have to find it and ask for it back. You can find free unclaimed funds in just a few minutes by typing information into a database and hitting the send button. The trick is to use the right database, and finding one that is accurate and reliable can quickly become a tedious chore.

Reasons Why You Might Be Able To Find Unclaimed Funds

Friday, June 8th, 2012

During these difficult economic times many people struggle to pay their bills, often going without the basic necessities in life. What they don’t know is that there are billions of dollars of unclaimed funds waiting to be claimed. This money may have been sitting in federal or state accounts for years. To find unclaimed funds, Cash Unclaimed offers assistance to those who may be eligible for an income tax refund, VA benefits, an inheritance, or possibly a refund from HUD or even old savings bonds. There are certain requirements that must be met before a claim can be made though. Those filing for money owed to them must have a valid birth certificate, a valid social security number, proof of United States residency and be at least 18 years old.

The Best Unclaimed Funds Search For Free

Friday, September 9th, 2011

Every year, billions of dollars are reported unclaimed and abandoned by the State Treasury Department of the United States. $16 billion in savings bonds, $153 million worth of IRS income tax refunds, $10 billion in lost shares, bonds, and mutual funds, $133 million in unclaimed pension benefits, and this staggering list goes on. With such a large amount hanging freely and up for grabs, it sparks the curiosity of many if they are entitled to even an infinitesimal amount from these billions of dollars worth of assets. If you plan on performing an unclaimed funds search soon, here are some things to contemplate on.


 
What are Unclaimed Assets?A sum of money or real estate property is considered unclaimed if contact is lost with the eligible claimer, which could either be the original owner, heir, or beneficiary. Usually, unclaimed assets occur when the owner dies, their name alters through marriage or divorce, or they relocate without providing their latest mailing address. It could also be due to the individual’s records being either incomplete or unqualified.If the rightful claimer does not step forward within a dormancy period, which is commonly around 7 years, it is forfeited to the federal government’s unclaimed property trust fund, which is also referred to as an escheat.

Search For Unclaimed Funds Without Risk

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

The value of every dollar has never been as important as today. With the global recession on a widespread scale and the effects of an economic downfall continuing to plague both consumers and commercial players, people have resorted to squeezing every cent they have in their wallets and pockets to survive such rough times. Sadly, many people still manage to unknowingly leave and abandon a portion of their assets.

Unclaimed money is reported in the U.S. in billion dollar amounts, and continues to increase drastically year after year. In the state of New York alone, close to $10 billion worth of unclaimed assets remain untouched and waiting for their rightful owners. On the other hand, states like Texas and California report abandonment of another $10 billion more or less worth of unclaimed cash and properties. With the staggering money pool in the hands of state government agencies, one may be intrigued if there is even the slightest slice of money they can claim.To help you understand unclaimed funds and how one can claim it, here is a comprehensive guide to the process. Knowing and understanding the fundamentals of unclaimed funds will allow an individual to search for unclaimed funds without putting themselves at risk.



Find Unclaimed Items Sold on Ebay.com

Tuesday, May 10th, 2011

Ebay has become the latest place for unclaimed assets to be found and purchased. Unclaimed items from across the globe can be found at Ebay at amazingly cheap prices. Items ranging from abandoned safety deposit boxes and police confiscated items are being auctioned to the highest bidder on Ebay.

Some of the most common unclaimed property on Ebay are from Safety deposit boxes. By law, any safety deposit box which has not been claimed for 3 years (in most of the states), is turned over to the state’s unclaimed property division. At this point of time state may decide to auction the items of the deposit box.

Unclaimed Money Pile Continues to Grow

Friday, March 18th, 2011

The unmanageable influx of unclaimed funds has increased to an alarming level in both the state treasuries as well as the Federal reservoir. With a large volume of U.S residents traveling to other states and countries, and the volume of foreign and inter-state workers increasing rapidly, the unclaimed money pile is expected to grow further.

By all estimates, the unclaimed money pile is expected to grow at a much higher rate in the coming months and years. NAUPA is providing all the possible assistance to state treasuries to minimize the pile of unclaimed funds by creating practical outreach programs that create awareness and inquiries about the unclaimed funds and the process of claim.


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