Do You Have ‘Unclaimed Money’ Waiting For You? Find Out Here!

You may have unclaimed cash that is owed to you, and Uncle Sam has been holding onto it for you! Millions of Americans are missing out on billions in forgotten cash. Currently, states, federal agencies and other organizations collectively hold more than $58 billion in unclaimed cash and benefits. That’s roughly $186 for every U.S. resident.¬† Just last year, a Connecticut resident claimed $32.8 million, proceeds from the sale of nearly 1.3 million shares of stock. Are you owed money? Here’s where you can find out….

¬†Here are a few of the sites where you can easily search for ‘unclaimed money’ that belongs to you!

Click here to search for State-held unclaimed property in Michigan

Life insurance: For benefits not held by the state, check the insurer’s site directly.

Pensions: Search Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. for unclaimed benefits, click here to begin search.

U.S. savings bonds: More than 45 million matured savings bonds, worth nearly $16 billion, remain unredeemed, according to the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Click here to search the database.

Tax refunds: In 2011, the Internal Revenue Service said it had $153.3 million in tax refund checks that were undeliverable. Click here to search for unclaimed refund.

One last thing, if you find billions of dollars that is owed to you that you were unaware of, don’t forget your buddy Linda Lee who hooked you up here!! LOL!

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