Anyone 18 years of age or older you could be entitled to unclaimed heir money and not even know it.
Often when a person passes away they have a will. The will dictates who gets what but there are several sources of money that may be lying around unused by the rightful and legal owner because they do not know how to claim deceased relative money or even where to look.
Unclaimed heir money can come from a huge variety of sources.
Income tax returns, unclosed bank accounts, uncashed Social Security checks, uncashed dividend payments, health care reimbursement checks, income tax returns from federal, state, and local governments, proceeds from insurance policies, stocks that have not been turned into cash, unpaid wages from any type of employment, returns on utility deposits and phone deposits for services that have been discontinued, 401(k) interest, and many other funds can just be lying around doing nothing for you because you do not know they exist.
You may even have money coming to you from a bank that is not physically in the United States but is under the jurisdiction of international banking law.
Going it alone to claim deceased relative money can take years. There is usually a time limit set by governments on the length of time you have to make a claim.
The endless searching from company to company and government to government can take you weeks of work and still put you no closer to claiming the unclaimed heir money.
Most governments do not want you to know about unclaimed heir money. Most governments will provide you with little if any help to claim deceased relative money. The reason is that after the designated period of time set by law passes the government (federal, state, or local) gets to keep the money that belongs to you.
Insurance companies, stock brokers, and any company that has money that is rightfully yours hope you never make a claim because after the legal time limit has passed the company gets to keep you money and you get nothing.
People who are 18 years of age or older you can make legal claim to money that you are entitled to. You will need a bank account, proper identification, and a Social Security number.
You probably have little chance of getting the money that is rightfully yours without help.
You need experienced professionals that know every nook and cranny where money that you should inherit may be hidden away. Most of us just do not have the financial savvy or the legal background to even begin to know all the places where money may be lying around waiting for you to claim it.
An experienced partner that knows the ropes and all the loopholes is your best bet and most reliable asset in finding out if you have money coming to you from a relative’s death that was not included in their will.
Your relatives would much rather have the money in your hands than in a government of business’s pocket but they cannot do anything about the problem.
You can. You can have a partner that knows all the hiding places for unclaimed moneys that belong to you. You can have a partner that has the legal savvy to get every penny that your loved ones would want you to have out f the hands of banks, governments, and other companies that do not care a thing about you or your deceased loved one.
Particularly in these poor economic times where jobs are scarce and people that can find a job are paid less than they ever were before, you owe it to yourself to investigate what money may be lying around with your name on it that you never knew about.
All you need is to connect with the best unclaimed cash finders. Let them do the work for you because they know where the money is and can get that money for you before time limits expire.