Posted: November 15, 2019 by Steve ClarkDo you or someone you know have unclaimed money? Did you know that you might be an heir to a sum of unclaimed money? Every state in the nation has an abandoned property department that receives unclaimed money from banks, insurance companies, utility companies, and various other institutions, when a person does not claim it over time. When combined with unclaimed money being held by various Federal Government agencies, the current dollar amount of these unclaimed assets is now estimated to be between $55 Billion and $60 Billion.
This unclaimed money and property is most often:
- Insurance Policy Refunds
- Stocks & Bonds
- Bank Accounts
- Certificates of Deposit
- IRS Income Tax Checks
- Safe Deposit Box Contents
- Utility Deposits
Unclaimed Credits - Internal Revenue Service (IRS)Conduct a free search for state-held unclaimed money and property in all 50 states and the commonwealth of Puerto Rico with the links provided below. Simply make your selection from the list of states to initiate a search from the unclaimed property department of that state. Be sure to check all states that you have resided in. In the event you do locate an unclaimed asset you are entitled to, simply follow the instructions that are provided for claiming it.
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC)
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
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