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There is no time limit for filing claims. The Missouri State Treasurer maintains Unclaimed Property in trust for the rightful owners forever. If the property was reported to the Treasurer as an interest-bearing account, the Treasurer even pays the owner up to seven years interest on the cash property.
It is the only unclaimed property site endorsed by the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA) . MissingMoney.com started in 1999 as a way to help state governments gather and track lost property such as uncashed paychecks, stocks and bonds, and safe deposit box contents.
First, go to your state's unclaimed property website to check if you're owed funds. If you've moved around a lot, you can try sites like missingmoney.com or unclaimed.org, which may be able to search multiple state databases at once. The search uses your name and your city to check for any funds.
States have established processes whereby legal owners of assets can reclaim unclaimed funds. When claiming unclaimed funds that have risen in value, taxes may be assessed at the time. If you claim property, it will be treated as ordinary income and taxed accordingly unless the property is related to a tax refund.
To check to see if you have funds waiting for you, call now at 1-888-925-4127 . Employees are standing by live, right now, ready to take your call. Geo resource failed to load. You can also visit LAtreasury.com to see if you have unclaimed property.
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Owners of unclaimed property can claim their funds anytime, as no filing deadline exists. Yes, the State of Louisiana may owe you money. No, it's not a scam. The state's treasury office will spend the coming days mailing 33,000 unclaimed property checks to citizens across Louisiana, totaling more than $4.3 million.
All intangible personal property held for the owner by any court, public corporation, public authority, or public officer of this State or any political subdivision of it that has remained unclaimed by the owner for more than 3 years is presumed abandoned.
You can access the Property Search page through the home page by hovering over Claiming Property > \u201cSearch Unclaimed Properties\u201d, or by simply clicking the GET STARTED button in the middle of the page.
You can access the Property Search page through the home page by hovering over Claiming Property > \u201cSearch Unclaimed Properties\u201d, or by simply clicking the GET STARTED button in the middle of the page.
If you are claiming property in the possession of the state, you must complete and sign this claim form and forward it, together with the supporting documentation to the Unclaimed Property Section. Claims typically take 6-8 weeks to process once they are received.

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