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$49K in Lost Funds in Montgomery County

Friday, June 29th, 2012

The Times Herald reported $49K in lost funds for Montgomery County citizens. Pennsylvania state treasurer, Rob McCord reported that 1 in 10 Pennsylvanians have missing money waiting for them, and most know someone that has unclaimed property or money. The owners of missing money are not limited to individuals; businesses, corporations, and even governmental departments can all be owed unclaimed funds.

McCord urges Pennsylvania residents to conduct searches for the missing funds on a regular basis. The databases are updated quite often, so even if your name doesn’t turn up one week, it may the next. CashUnclaimed.com is the best way to search for unclaimed money. They offer free unclaimed money searches and are able to search both state and federal records. To search for your unclaimed Pennsylvania money for free, click HERE!

IRS Has Millions in Unclaimed IRS Money

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

Millions are currently owed lost funds. Of that, unclaimed tax money is prevalent in the chunk of lost money. The IRS revealed that it is currently sitting on millions of unclaimed funds in the form of tax refunds, as more than 1 million people failed to file a federal income tax return. Aside from unclaimed tax refunds, the U.S. unclaimed money pile alone is well in the billions.

According to the recent shocking revelations by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the agency is currently holding millions of dollars in the form of unclaimed tax refunds. The reason behind such high amount of unclaimed IRS money is that a whooping number of people, more than 1 million, somehow forgot to file a federal income tax return.

Police and Fire Departments Are Also Owed Unclaimed Property

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

According to Missouri State Treasurer, Clint Zweifel, police and fire departments in Missouri are among those who are owed unclaimed property or money. The state of Missouri currently is holding on to $700 million in unclaimed money, which belongs to 4.3 million account holders.

Businesses or Corporations are among individuals who are encouraged to search for unclaimed money or property. Individuals aren’t the only ones who may have unclaimed money. There have been many businesses, corporations, and even government institutions who are owed unclaimed money.

Unclaimed Lottery Money is Real!

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

A few days ago, Virginia saw a $250,000 lottery ticket go unclaimed, according to the Washington Times. This money has since expired, after 6 months of remaining unclaimed. The money will go to the Virginia Literary Fund as a donation.

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$45 Million in Unclaimed Assets is Not Uncommon For Most States

Monday, June 25th, 2012

According to the Gazettenet.com, Massachusetts is holding over $45 million in unclaimed dollars for Hampshire county alone. This is not an uncommon thing for most states in the United States. According to Caettenet.com, one in 10 people in Hampshire County, which means 70,244 property owners, are owed unclaimed assets of $100 or more!

There are more than 1,200 property owners in Hampshire County have unclaimed funds ranging from $2,500 to $60,000!

The Massachusetts State Treasurer, Steve Grossman, has been releasing names of unclaimed property and money owners in hopes people will come forward to claim their unclaimed money.

NBC 10 Reports on Philadelphia Unclaimed Property

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

NBC 10 Philadelphia recently reported the high amounts of unclaimed property in the state. Each year, millions of dollars in unclaimed property is received by the State Treasury. Regardless of their returning of $33.5 million last year, the state still is sitting on millions.

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Plymouth County: Find Your Unclaimed Money in Local Papers

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

The Great Iowa Treasure Hunt has hit Plymouth County attempting to return unclaimed money. The Great Iowa Treasure Hunt has officially hit the cities of Plymouth County on Monday, June 18th, with lists of unclaimed money owners published in the local newspapers.

Plymouth County is currently sitting on over $350,000 in unclaimed property. State Treasurer, Michael Fitzgerald, is determined to return this money back to Plymouth residents.

The most common forms of unclaimed money currently being held in Iowa is unclaimed savings and checking accounts, stocks, un-cashed checks, and life insurance policies.

Unclaimed Child Support is Reported On Good Morning America

Monday, June 18th, 2012

A new, upcoming primary source of unclaimed money lies in unclaimed child support money. With over $25 billion pending with the state in the form of unclaimed child support funds, ‘Good Morning America’ is trying to educate people and motivate them to claim the same in time. This initiative is in the form of articles that offer all the necessary information related to unclaimed child support.

Local Media is Helping Spread the Word on Unclaimed Property

Friday, June 15th, 2012

Stories on unclaimed money or property can be seen on local news stations around the country. As a part of the recent initiatives launched by the state agencies, to deal with the growing problem of unclaimed money, the state agencies are now using local news stations to locate the real owners of the properties by vocal advertisements.

Coshocton Is Among Counties to Release Unclaimed Funds List

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

According to the Coshocton Tribne, the list of dormant unclaimed funds was released to the public Tuesday, June 12th in Coshocton County, Ohio. Currently, there are 301 accounts who are owed over $77,650 in unclaimed funds. This list included those who had $50 or more. These funds are currently being held by the Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Unclaimed Funds.

Ohio residents can search for their unclaimed money HERE.

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