As January heads into the early months of 2014, many people are going to be looking for extra ways to get their bills paid, cut down on debt and hopefully take a much-needed vacation to get away from the daily grinds of everyday life. As the economy steadily improves, more money could come your way; but it’s far better to go after what you want instead of waiting for a lump of cash to fall in your lap. If you are one of those go-getters who doesn’t want to wait around for fortune to strike, it’s recommended that you search online for lost funds in 2014 using the free-to-use and incredibly user-friendly website Cash Unclaimed.
As Easy as 1, 2, 3
To find lost funds from home, your office or from the top of the Sear’s Tower, go online and visit the Cash Unclaimed web portal. This is a direct link to the lost funds registries that are listed in all 50 states and at the federal level. When treasury offices report lost funds in 2014, they will add all sum totals and names to their registries; and you can find out if you are added to one of those lists by visiting Cash Unclaimed. Once there, you only have to add a few pieces of identifying information to get the process of finding lost funds started.
To find lost funds, you will need to enter a first and last name. Cash Unclaimed will use this information to conduct a general search that may yield results that include people with names like yours and those with nicknames listed that could point back to you. This allows you to conduct a thorough search before you narrow down the search to include only those funds that prove to be rightfully yours. Finally, you will be asked for an email address so that only you can receive the confidential lost funds report once the results have been processed.
Collecting What is Rightfully Yours
If you find lost funds in 2014, you can finally make your New Year’s resolutions come true; or at least the ones that have to do with money. Put any funds you find towards your car payment, pay off one of your credit cards or take the family to some faraway tropical island. With lost funds, all of your financial woes may become a thing of the past.