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Missing Money and Abandoned Funds

In addition to individuals who neglect to claim assets to which they are directly entitled, millions of family members are unaware they’re entitled to unclaimed money owed deceased relatives who passed away without leaving an updated will for their heirs.

When missing heirs fail to claim an asset over a specified number of years known as the dormancy period, those left holding the abandoned funds: banks, stockbrokers, employers and life insurance companies - transfer the unclaimed money to the protective custody a government trust account under a legal doctrine known as escheat.

Government agencies are holding over $40 billion in abandoned property and missing money. Much of this is unclaimed life insurance. Billions of dollars in life insurance benefits have gone unpaid on the death of the insured; because it is up to family members to notify the insurance underwriter when a policyholder dies, and often they have no idea a policy exists, much less where to find it.

Virtually no effort is made to trace lost beneficiaries or missing heirs. If you believe a deceased family member may have had financial assets that have gone unclaimed, a search should be initiated.

 
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UNCLAIMED INHERITANCE

SAVINGS BOND
LOST BANK ACCOUNT GOVERNMENT PENSION
MISSING LIFE INSURANCE POSTAL SAVINGS BOND
STOCKS AND BONDS INDIAN TRUST FUNDS
IRS TAX REFUND VETERAN BENEFITS
HUD REFUND RAILROAD RETIREMENT
401(K) PLAN CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS
IRA ACCOUNT VETERAN BENEFITS
MINERAL ROYALTIES SCREEN ACTOR RESIDUALS
LOST SAFE DEPOSIT BOX MUSIC ROYALTIES
UNCLAIMED PENSION GIFT CARD OR CERTIFICATE
BANKRUPTCY CLAIMS AUTHOR ROYALTIES
SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS ACTOR RESIDUALS

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