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How To Search for Unclaimed MoneyContributed on January 3, 2011 To have the best chance of locating unclaimed money in your name, you have to consider first and foremost, that it is unclaimed. Two very common reasons for money ending up unclaimed are incomplete info and incorrect info. So considering this, you should always search for previous addresses, maiden names, married names, etc. This will greatly increase your chances of locating unclaimed money or property in your name if it exists.
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Missouri Unclaimed Goes PaperlessContributed on December 29, 2010 The Missouri State Treasurer's office has gone paperless in their effort to make reclaiming your funds easier. In the last months of 2010, fifty percent of all claims required no paper. The Missouri State Treasury holds over $600 million in unclaimed money and property. The average amount waiting to be claimed is over $300 and there are twenty accounts with over $100,000 waiting to be claimed. [read more] Texas Holds Over 2 Billion in Unclaimed MoneyContributed on December 29, 2010 Texas takes an aggressive approach to returning money to the people. Every year the state comptroller publishes the unclaimed property list. The list is shared with newspapers, put out at the state fair and published online. The Texas unclaimed property website was responsible for returning $163 Million to Texans last year.
In addition to making the information easy to access, the Comptrollers office reaches out to many state and local governmen... [read more]
Nebraska Treasurer Returns $50 Mil in 4 YearsContributed on December 29, 2010 Nebraska State Treasurer Shane Osborn took office in 2007, and has returned over $50 million to the people in 4 years as State Treasurer. Dedication to raising unclaimed property awareness propelled Osborn's treasury to return more in one term than had been returned in the previous 10 years. The average amount returned to each person was $734. The largest check was for $660,000 and there were 27 that exceeded $100,000. Osborn will leave office in January o... [read more]
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