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The 2013 Search For Money Is On

The 2013 search for money is underway and every single US citizen is being invited to participate. With billions of dollars to return, this year is undoubtedly going to become a huge success placing it back with it’s rightful owners. This ongoing search that is pouring over into 2013 as well as future years to come is quickly becoming a type of annual treasure hunt.

Each and every year millions of people across the country take to their computers, tablets and phones to see if they have finally made an appearance on the lost search registry for the year. Sometimes it takes month, even years to get the registry list updated with all the lost and misplaced money pouring in. Are you one of the individuals who does this and have you ever made the list? If you are not 100% sure then there really is only one way to find out.

 

Why Search for Money?

Each year the US government receives millions of dollars in unclaimed money. This money is currently of no help the government, the rightful owners or the economy. In fact, it will be a detriment to all involved if the money continues to rot in unclaimed money vaults. The solution is to do a fresh 2013 search for money.

This annual search helps to return all of that money to the rightful owners lowering the total amount so that it becomes a much more manageable problem. Freeing up time for our State Treasury offices to tackle other outstanding economic state by state issues as well. When the money adds up to amounts into the billions of dollars, it makes it incredibly hard to even try to make a dent, even with continual effort.

To help combat the problem and to try and keep it from growing even further, organizers get together year after year and conduct a nationwide search for lost money. Here are a few Why we should all do unclaimed money searches. First off, because it’s there, it is available and it belongs to someone that I am sure it would help. The rightful owner should be the one searching for it and that is why we are letting everyone know that the 2013 search for money is open to the entire country and even world wide if you were ever a US citizen and earned any amount of money while living and or working here.

 

Where Will you Find Lost Money?

If the 2013 search for money is like it was last year, it will likely uncover thousands of dollars in unclaimed tax refunds, insurance payouts, inheritances and many more. Some people even find property like homes, boats, cars and even commercial properties in their and their loved ones names. The fact is, you never know what you might possibly find when you join the 2013 search for money and check your name nationwide in a dependable missing money database. Why search for money with a metal detector or by digging in your couch when you can log on and search for money with a simple internet search? Search for your name today and become part of the solution for the lost money search for 2013 and help keep these funds from growing in the years to come.

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