Unclaimed Money in Florida - Cashunclaimed.com

By: Nicole Anderson

Did youknow that the State of Florida is holding a sum of two billiondollars owed to the citizens of the nation? The money that is being held isunclaimed money. The money is owed to a staggering eight million individuals.The sum is being held because the accounts had been abandoned by its owners.

Intheory, the citizens ought to be notified about the presence of unclaimed money. They ought to be toldthat the sum in possession of the government is growing at an alarming rate.However, perfunctory advertising has resulted in very few people being aware ofthe problem.

For everyone step taken forward, the administration slips two steps back and ends upwith no progress at all. In 2006, $171 million was returned to its rightfulowners. However, the net gain was just $101 million because $70 million was added to the unclaimed cash kitty.

Theextent of the problem is staggering and worrying. Further, the problem shows nosigns of slowing. FL unclaimed funds is worryingly high and is still rising.More than 271 million dollars was added to unclaimed money pot in Florida.

Thismeans that the total kitty of unclaimed money is growing at about $100 millionper year.

What canyou do to help? Search whether unclaimed money is owed to you or is owed toyour aliases. However, the search will be productive and fruitful only if it isdone on a comprehensive database.

Yoursearch for a comprehensive unclaimed money database ends at www.cashunclaimed.com. Bill McIntosh,the founder of the database opines that an effort lasting a few seconds is allthat it takes to get the refund of the unclaimed money owed to you in yourmailbox. He feels that the rise in unclaimed funds in Florida is due to the lack of awarenessamongst the people living in Florida.

All thosewho conduct a search for unclaimed money should not only recover the money owedto them but should also search for money owed to their family members as well.If at all money is owed to them, they should notify the family members so thatthey too can recover the money.

If you do have unclaimed money owed to you,recovering the same is not a very difficult affair. A standard claim has to bemade and proof of identification has to be provided to get the money due. Yourdriving license and/or birth certificate should do just fine. Of course, youmay be asked to provide additional proof of ownership to unclaimed cash. As soonas you provide the necessary informationHealth Fitness Articles, the money is released.

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