Rhode Island unclaimed property has made the news yet again. The state is drowning in cash and items of unknown worth and the Treasury needs your help. If you have been living in the state for some time or if you have recently moved away, you might have unclaimed ‘stuff’ waiting for you. The first step is to log on to a nationwide database known as Cash Unclaimed. Once you get logged on, you will be asked for your first and last name, as well as your email address. Once that information is submitted, you will be sent an email including the results of the search you’ve just made. If there is unclaimed property found, you’ll know about it. The only thing left to do then is claim it.
Rhode Island Unclaimed Property – How Much Is There?
Unclaimed property in Rhode Island totals, well…Treasury officials aren’t really sure. There is so much money and property of all types flowing into the Treasury at all times that it’s almost impossible to keep track. One thing is for sure, there’s a lot of Rhode Island unclaimed property to sift through, and some of it could be yours.
Just to give you some idea of how much property there is, in 2011, $7.7 Million was returned to the rightful owners. In 2012, $8.4 million was returned, and a little over $8 Million was returned in 2013. Could more be returned this year? That is entirely up to you and the thousands of others who will search for property this year.
To find out if you have any property coming to you, visit Cash Unclaimed and start searching. You could find land, cars, boats, summer homes or winter homes. You could even find coin collections, stamp collections and packs and packs of baseball cards. Of course you could also find cold hard cash. This is just part of what awaits you and many others when you search for unclaimed property in Rhode Island.
How much unclaimed property will you find? Search Cash Unclaimed today to put the mystery known as Rhode Island unclaimed property to rest once and for all.