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Find Money From 2010 Lost Tax Returns

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.

If you are 18 years old or older, have had a job, a bank account, proper ID and names and addresses, both previous and present, you may be able to locate unclaimed tax refunds or unclaimed checks that were lost when you moved. Not every bank or previous employer has your new address so be sure to check the data base to see if you have money due you. State laws require that bank and state officials hold unclaimed checks, unclaimed CD’s, stocks and bonds, the contents of a safety deposit box, annuities, unclaimed rent or utility deposits and more. The contents of a safe deposit box may be sold at auction and the proceeds are held for those who claim them, with proper identification, of course.

If you may have been left an inheritance that you don’t know about because the owner is deceased you may be able to claim it by checking the data base. You may search for more than one name, then CashUnclaimed.com will walk you through the process to claim the lost funds. With a learning center and unlimited professional customer support, you can easily claim funds you are entitled to. If you cannot find any unclaimed funds, CashUnclaimed.com offers a 100% money back guarantee. If you do locate unclaimed checks or unclaimed tax refunds, they will assist you in the claim process.

The data base of millions of unclaimed funds is updated regularly. If you can’t find your funds one day, you may the next. The company will contact you if any unclaimed funds appear in the data base! New funds are added to the data base and monitored regularly. What type of information do you need to search the data base? Your full legal name, (you can enter more than one name) date of birth, previous and present addresses and the source of the unclaimed check you feel you may be entitled to. With professional customer support and the use of a learning center, your search is easy. What do you do if you locate unclaimed funds? CashUnclaimed.com’s professional assistants will provide you with the necessary forms you need and walk you through the process of claiming lost funds.

Once again, if you have worked, filed a 2010 income tax return, then moved to a new location, you may have an unclaimed tax refund waiting for you. If you left behind old bank accounts without closing them, moved without claiming your rent or utility deposits, if you think you may have been left an inheritance that you did not claim or did not know about, if you have stocks, bonds, CD’s, a safe deposit box, or possibly even unclaimed royalties, you may be able to locate them and claim them. Think of this as going on a treasure hunt. Hunting down unclaimed or lost funds you may be entitled to can put cash in your pocket, often times in as little as 3 or 4 months.

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