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Unclaimed Money Arizona

ARIZONA HAS RETURNED MORE THAN $2 BILLION IN UNCLAIMED PROPERTY TO ITS RIGHTFUL OWNERS.

Unclaimed Money Arizona
Unclaimed Money or property, in general, is money or property that has a known owner but is being held by a holder who has been unable to contact the owner for a statutorily set length of time. The Arizona Uniform Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act, Arizona Revised Statutes 44.3.1 et seq., is the state’s unclaimed property statute.
This statute establishes the sorts of property that can be considered abandoned, as well as the time periods during which property can be considered abandoned:
The state of Arizona holds money for owners if the owner’s last known address is in Arizona, according to the state. Money, uncashed checks, state warrants, draughts, interest dividends, income, uncashed payroll checks, checking and savings accounts, safe deposit box contents, customer overpayments, securities, credit balances, and unidentifiable remittances are all examples of unclaimed property.

How Much Unclaimed Money in Arizona?

To find unclaimed funds, we recommend following a thorough strategy. Make a list of all the states where you or the person you’re looking for lives or has resided in the past. After that, include any states where you or the individual you’re looking for may have had business dealings. If you think you might be a money heir, provide states where a deceased person may have lived as well as the deceased person’s details. This should provide you with a thorough list of states to choose from when conducting your search.
Next, think about all of the databases you could use to seek for your missing property that aren’t state databases. Federal databases like IRS.com and Treasury.gov should be included in this. It should also contain any specialised databases that may be relevant to you or your family.
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Is There Unclaimed Money In Your Name?

The government may have as much as $58 billion in unclaimed money. Find out if some of it may belong to you or someone you know!