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Unclaimed Money Connecticut

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

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Unclaimed money refers to money that has gone unclaimed or abandoned. This abandonment occurs when the non-owner holder has not communicated with the owner for a specified period, which is usually three years in Connecticut. 
Unclaimed property does not apply to all sorts of property; for example, no type of real estate can ever be unclaimed. Uncashed payroll checks, uncashed checks, refunds, life insurance proceeds, savings accounts, checking accounts, and forgotten deposits are all examples of unclaimed property.

How Much Unclaimed Money in Connecticut?

Connecticut now has over $881 million in unclaimed cash. It breaks down the funds’ availability by informing you of the money accessible in various categories. This is only a small portion of the money available in the United States; according to the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA), an organisation dedicated to assisting people in locating and reclaiming their unclaimed property, the country currently has at least $42 billion in unclaimed funds.
Your first and surname names, address, city, state, zip code, email, and phone number are among the claimant information you must supply.
To find out if you have any unclaimed property, go to the State Treasury’s website, obtain claim forms, or call 800-833-7318 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Actual owners or their legal heirs are the only ones who can claim the property.
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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!