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Alabama Tax Returns

April 10th, 2013

If you live in the state of Alabama or you used to live there, even if it’s been several years or more, you may want to check to see if you have received every one of your Alabama tax returns. With a simple search, you could find unclaimed tax refunds in Alabama. These tax refunds amount into the millions of dollars and the state treasurer is hoping that people like you will step forward in droves to help find unclaimed refunds in Alabama. Here’s how you can help.


The Search for Tax Returns in Alabama

Claim Old Tax Refund In Texas

January 31st, 2013

If you live in Texas or you used to live there, you may have a Texas tax refund coming to you from the State Controller’s office. Every year the state sees an influx of tax refunds in Texas and the Controller’s office is at odds about what to do. Officials are baffled that more Texans aren’t coming forward. With many living paycheck to paycheck and many more than in debt, officials expected more people to step forward to claim that the money belongs to them. Until those people come forward, the billions in unclaimed funds will continue to gather dust in bank vaults across the state.

Unclaimed IRS Money is in the Billions

May 15th, 2012

Billions of unclaimed tax refund money still exists. Most of the money is from those who did not file in 2008 due to not making enough, or just forgetting!

If you did not file in 2008, there is a good chance you are owed some of this money! The best way to find out if any of this money belongs to you is by using CashUnclaimed.com, the largest unclaimed money database! Log on to https://www.cashunclaimed.com and search for your unclaimed IRS money for FREE!

Unclaimed IRS Money?

March 21st, 2012

2008 alone is facing over $1 BILLION in unclaimed tax refunds. If you did not file taxes in 2008, you are likely to have money waiting for you.

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Unclaimed Tax Refunds OVER $150 MILLION

December 1st, 2011

ABC News recent reported that the IRS is looking for over 99,000 people to return $153.3 million in unclaimed tax refund money.

The IRS claims that most of this unclaimed tax money is due to those taxpayers who choose to receive their refunds via direct deposit. The article states “78.4 million taxpayers choose to receive their refund through direct deposit.”

A lot of this unclaimed refund money is due to the option to buy savings bonds with the refunds. The IRS also believes that a majority of the 99,123 who are owed the unclaimed refunds are more “financially vulnerable” than most; they most likely rely on check cashing places for their banking needs.

Find Money From 2010 Lost Tax Returns

July 21st, 2011

Are you short on cash? You may be entitled to money from lost 2010 tax refunds, better yet, you may be able to locate money that you accidentally left behind in a previously owned checking or savings account. If you moved to a new location, you may have an unclaimed tax refund or unclaimed check issued to you from a previous job, from a utility or rent deposit, or even from an inheritance. CashUnclaimed.com’s data base has millions of unclaimed funds listed, from over 60 different sources. All you need are previous addresses, names of employers and other sources where your unclaimed checks were issued, and, if you happen to be successful in locating your funds, proper identification.

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