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Discover Inheritance Money And Other Unclaimed Assets

Are you short on cash? Could you use a little extra money to get buy, to pay your bills, take an extravagant vacation or buy the latest gadget? If so, you have two options. You can play the lottery, which doesn’t come with very good odds, or you can search for unclaimed assets. Unclaimed assets are those goods and sums of money that are left in limbo, so to speak. The funds and items are stuck in state and federal treasury accounts and in banks and storage units all over the country. The thing is, there are billions of dollars in unclaimed assets and a big portion of it is inheritance money. That old rich aunt you never knew about might have left you a hundred thousand dollars. Are you interested in unclaimed assets now?

 

The Problem of Managing Unclaimed Assets

Many states are struggling to keep up with the influx of unclaimed assets that keep rolling in. Inheritance money may represent a huge chunk of these funds. Then on top of that you have actual plots of land, houses, furniture, gold and silver coins and other collectibles and anything else you can think of that might have at one point belonged to someone.

 

Origins of Unclaimed Assets

There are many sources for unclaimed assets, which also makes tracking the problem extremely difficult. One of the primary reasons why money and assets go missing is because a person moves away and fails to notify the proper companies and government institutions of the address change. That little form you fill out at the post office that redirects your mail to the new address is incredibly important for a number of reasons. One of those reasons is because you might have a million dollars in inheritance money coming to you. Wouldn’t that be a nice day?

To find out if you have unclaimed assets and that cool million in inheritance money coming to you, simply enter your first and last name into the Cash Unclaimed database. This thorough search will reveal all of the unclaimed assets in your name, if they exist, and you’ll then be able to claim those unclaimed assets in a few easy steps.

Just think, this time tomorrow you could have a new home, a house full of furniture, a boat, a car or a collection of rare baseball cards, or a boat load of inheritance money that the state has been keeping nice and safe for you. Anything could happen.

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