Government Unclaimed Money and Property Search
By law, unclaimed money and abandoned property is remitted to the custody of a government trust account until claimants come forward. State government trustees recently took possession of $22.8 billion in lost and forgotten assets, of which less than $916 million was reclaimed by owners or heirs. Federal agencies - including the IRS, Social Security Administration, Bureau of Public Debt, HUD, FDIC & NCUA - collect billions more each year.
Most people have no idea
they're entitled to collect a share of the billions of dollars in unclaimed
money sitting in government coffers. Think it couldn't be you? Think
again! You may have simply forgotten about a savings account or an
unredeemed savings bond. Perhaps records were lost after a move, or due to theft, fire or
flood. Maybe you never even knew you were named an heir
in a family member's will or beneficiary in a relative's life insurance
To search for unclaimed property and abandoned assets complete the form below.
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