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How to Claim Missing Money in 2014

February 4th, 2014

Missing money is set to be a hot topic of discussion in 2014 and for years to come until this issue is resolved once and for all. With billions of dollars still being controlled nationwide by a series of treasury offices, more Americans could find themselves a little bit richer this year. For those Americans that want to increase their bank accounts will first need to conduct a simple search for the missing money that is available. If money is found, that money can be claimed with a very simple process. If you suspect that you have missing money available and if you want to learn how to claim missing money that may be owed to you, visit Cash Unclaimed and hope for the best.

Find Lost Funds Early in 2014

January 28th, 2014

As January heads into the early months of 2014, many people are going to be looking for extra ways to get their bills paid, cut down on debt and hopefully take a much-needed vacation to get away from the daily grinds of everyday life. As the economy steadily improves, more money could come your way; but it’s far better to go after what you want instead of waiting for a lump of cash to fall in your lap. If you are one of those go-getters who doesn’t want to wait around for fortune to strike, it’s recommended that you search online for lost funds in 2014 using the free-to-use and incredibly user-friendly website Cash Unclaimed.

Finding Lost Property in the New Year

January 23rd, 2014

As December makes way for January of the New Year, more families are going to be looking for innovative ways to make ends meet. Besides the obvious ways of earning more money, such as finding another job, selling unwanted items online or starting a new business, some families are getting a jump on 2014 by searching for lost property.

With the technology we have today it still surprises even me, that we not only have a lost property problem but that it is still on the rise as well. Do you remember the last time your did a property search under you or your families name? Getting into the habit of checking every year is a good one as it takes time for the government to update their systems with this type of information and is not always considered a priority.

How to Prevent Lost Cash from Continuing to Grow in 2014

January 21st, 2014

Who would have ever thought that we’d still be having the lost cash discussion in 2014? Yet that is exactly what needs to happen if we are ever going to get rid of this expensive dilemma for good. With billions of dollars still in holding and more pouring in every month, citizens who are owed the money should step forward to claim what rightfully belongs to them. If you suspect that you are in this group, or even if you just want to do your part to stem the flow of this money for good, heed the following tidbits of advice. Four simple steps is all it takes to prevent lost cash from continuing into 2015 and beyond.

What to Expect for Unclaimed Funds in 2014

January 2nd, 2014

Another year has come and gone and US Treasurers are still clueless as to how to manage and eradicate the unclaimed funds problem. With all the attention the problem has been getting lately, analysts thought that we would have returned all of the money currently in holding to the rightful owners by now. Yet money still sits unclaimed in Treasury vaults in nearly every state and money continues to roll in month after month. That means that more drastic action will need to be taken if we hope to rid the country of unclaimed funds in 2014. Here are the steps you can expect Treasurers to take as we ring in the New Year.

Why There Are Still Lost Funds in Iowa

December 13th, 2013

Lost funds in Iowa are still a big problem, and this news may be bittersweet to Iowa residents everywhere. On one hand, the news is bad because lost funds of any kind put a strain on the economy. The more money is in the Iowa lost funds account, the less money is in the pockets and accounts of hard working state residents. Yet the news can be good because it means that a good number of lucky families have a chance to make this holiday season a very lucrative one indeed. It all depends on the ability of residents to search for and find the Iowa lost funds that they have coming to them. In that aspect, there is even more good news. A database known as Cash Unclaimed is offering its services to Iowans everywhere. It only takes a simple search with a first and last name and lost funds in Iowa may soon become a thing of the past.

How Lost Property Will Increase in 2014

December 12th, 2013

For those who thought that the U.S. had all but done away with its lost property problem, 2014 is going to leave them sorely disappointed. Not only is lost property not going away, it’s supposed to gain speed. From January through tax time and right on through December of next year we should expect to see billions accumulate in respective lost property accounts all over the country. What is one to do about this growing problem? You can start by searching for lost property; once right now and then again at the end of next year.


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What Are Lost Escrow Amounts?

December 6th, 2013

Big purchases that require big money typically rely on what is known as escrow for ensuring that the funds are safe while the deal is in progress. Most people think of home buying when they think of escrow, and that would be an excellent example of this concept at work. The process of buying a home can be long and tedious. There is much to consider and the deal typically takes weeks or months to be finalized. Instead of the buyers transferring the thousands or millions of dollars directly to the home seller, the money can be put into escrow until the deal is finalized and the deed of the home finally changes hands.

Maryland is Still Missing Money

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.

Understanding Unclaimed Property in Indiana

November 14th, 2013

If you have ever considered living or working in Indiana – or if you currently do now – you might want to conduct a search on a nationwide database that is now tapped directly into the Indiana unclaimed property division of the local treasury. If you have ever tried to call the Indiana treasury or you have ever sent a communication in the hopes of finding out more about unclaimed property in Indiana, you will find yourself jumping for joy when you find out that there is now a web-based search option. Yes, no longer do you have to sit on hold for three hours and no longer do you have to wait for return mail that you know is never coming. Now you can simply point your browser to Cash Unclaimed and Indiana unclaimed property could be yours.

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