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What Happens to Deceased Relative Unclaimed Funds?


Deceased relative unclaimed funds is a problem for most states in the union, only it’s a problem that’s not often talked about. Few people like to think about their loved ones passing away. Even though death is a fact of life, it’s nice to be able to ignore that inevitability until the grim reaper actually comes and knocks on our doors. Yet death will happen to even the best of us, and it’s likely already come for a few of your relatives. In fact, you may have had relatives pass away that you never even knew, especially if you have an extensive family that spans generations and geographic locations.


Death is a problem in and of itself and one that we can’t yet cure, but it’s the money left behind by the deceased that is the real problem for the living. The problem is so bad that the US treasury is currently holding onto billions in deceased relative unclaimed funds. If you suspect that you may have unclaimed funds that belong in your family or even if you are merely curious, you can check on the status of any funds by following a simple directive that involves an online connection and a web-based database.


Finding Unclaimed Funds from Deceased Relatives


Unclaimed funds can come from a variety of sources, but it’s the deceased relative unclaimed funds that seems to be the hardest to get rid of for treasury officials. That is because, since the deceased no longer have control over their money, the living who may be in charge of that money may not know that the unclaimed funds now exist. For this reason, a database has been established to help living family members recoup the unclaimed funds that have been sent to the treasury following their loved one’s death.


This database is called Cash Unclaimed and it only needs a first and last name. If there are deceased relative unclaimed funds in your family’s name, you will find out about it instantly. You can then start the process for reclaiming the unclaimed funds owed, which is almost as easy as searching for it.


With billions of dollars to be divvied out to families all over the country, Cash Unclaimed officials hope that you and every other citizen of this country will conduct a search to take all those deceased relative unclaimed funds off their hands for good.

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