Wisconsin is becoming known for much more than cheese and Green Bay Packers. The state is now hoarding millions of dollars in unclaimed money that must be distributed before the state’s resources are stressed any more than they already are. If you live in Washington or you used to call the mid-western state home, you owe it to yourself to search for some of this Wisconsin unclaimed money. Unless you’re rolling in dough or swimming in a sea of gold coins like Scrooge McDuck, you could probably use a little unclaimed money. Whether it’s ten dollars, a hundred dollars or ten-thousand dollars, that will buy at least a little more than you can afford at the moment. When you consider that searching for and finding unclaimed money in Wisconsin requires a very simple process, you have no excuses at all. Visit Cash Unclaimed and take the simple quiz that will determine if you are owed money or not. Will you receive a passing grade? There’s only one way to find out.
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Wisconsin may know all about cheese, but the Midwestern state has a lot to learn about lost cash. Every year the state’s treasury is in receivership of millions of dollars that rightfully belongs to residents of the state, and some funds are even owned by people who have recently moved out of state. So far this money has simply been building with no outlet to be seen. Treasurers know what to do with the money; they need to return it to the rightful owners and stat, before the problem gets too out of control. Instead of returning the money, however, treasurers have so far let the money sit.