|Money - Unclaimed Money|
50 states and the District of Columbia now have at least $ 32 billion in unclaimed funds, just waiting to connect to the rightful owners.
"Good Morning America" has helped dozens of people find the money for these countries.
There are simple search can be done in ten minutes or less. Pluswe have discovered a more unusual sources of unclaimedmoney that few people know.
"GMA" is here to help with the top 10 tips you can use to findunclaimed cash
Different MoneyIf you are looking for things like forgotten apartment security deposit, uncashed checks in overtime, lost insurance refunds or abandoned safe deposit box, the first stop is a member.National Association of Unnecessary property managers (NAUPA) has created a free website at www.unclaimed.org that will link to the appropriate department in your country, which has the funds.2ndThere is a lack of moneyIf you want to search several states at once, it can be done in any other free space on a commercial basis but named www.missingmoney.com. When I first search, you are prompted to enter your home state. Remember to look up again and this time choose "all states and provinces" in the drop-down menu.One last thing: it is not in fact all of the state. On the home page you can view the site map which states are and are not included.If you have lived in countries that do not participate in this place, go back to Unclaimed.org and search these sites individually.3rdUnnecessary savings bondsIt is easy to savings bonds to go unclaimed, because the take from 30 to 40 years old. Therefore, the Treasury Department to create a simple search page, available HERE, where you can find forgotten bonds, entering your social security number. Some bonds are not listed online, and requires manual. You can read about them on the same link of the Treasury.4thFederal Tax RefundEveryone is looking forward to getting income tax refund check, but if your not there what to do? The IRS now provides a "Where's my refund?" Feature on its website. You can check by typing the missing check amounts are owed, and social security number.5thLost life insurance policiesProceeds from the lost life insurance policies may be in search of the state. If not, and suspect that the beneficiary of a loved one lost life insurance, you can hire a company called MIB Solutions, to search for you. MIB is a private company that houses information for life insurance application for many industries. It costs $ 75 for the search. Go to www.policylocator.com for more information.6thFailed bank accountsIf you do not collect money when the bank collapsed, chances are, your account is insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The good news in this case is that the FDIC is holding your money, and you can find it HERE.7thFailed Credit Union accountsIf the money in a credit union because you can not find the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) to track down money HERE.8thMisplaced PensionsIf the company still exists or has been bought, you should approach the company directly. If you are due a pension from a company that fell under the agency's federal Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) that the security of private pensions. You can follow his retirement here on PBGC website.9thRetirement MoneyBenefits Security Administration employees (EBSA), the federal agency charged with making sure pension money meets its rightful owners. EBSA sometimes even suing for use of retirement money. Allows the use of agency services by clicking HERE.10thLost 401 (k) sSometimes, when people leave work, leave behind 401 (k), as well. If the company goes out of business, that just compounds the error. Fortunately, companies that manage 401 (k) plans have joined forces to create a search engine, you can use to track your 401 (k).