Unclaimed property can include many things, including cash, checks, money orders, security deposits, or the contents of safe deposit boxes.
Other sources of unclaimed property can include:
Search For Unclaimed Money in Your State
Businesses send money to state-run unclaimed property offices when they can’t locate the owner. The unclaimed funds held by the state are often from bank accounts, insurance policies, or your state government.
Unpaid Wages – The Department of Labor (DOL) may recover back wages for you if your employer broke labor laws. If you think you may be owed back wages from your employer:
Pensions from Former Employers
Went out of business or ended a defined pension plan.
Search for Money From Insurance
VA Life Insurance Funds – Search the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) database for unclaimed insurance funds. The VA may owe money to current or former policyholders or their beneficiaries. This database doesn’t include funds from: Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance (SGLI) or Veterans’ Group Life Insurance (VGLI) policies from 1965 to the present.
FHA-Insurance Refunds – If you had an FHA-insured mortgage, you may be eligible for a refund. FHA insurance refunds are issued by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). You could search the HUD database with your FHA case number. Case numbers have three digits, a dash, and the next six digits—for example, 051-456789.
Search for Money From Tax Refunds
Tax Refunds – The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may owe you money if your refund was unclaimed or undelivered. Every year, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has millions of dollars in tax refunds that go undelivered or unclaimed. State Refund Checks also go undelivered or unclaimed.
Search for Money From Banking and Investments
Bank Failures – Search for unclaimed funds from failed financial institutions. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) lists them.
Credit Union Failures – Find unclaimed deposits from credit unions.
SEC Claims Funds – The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) lists enforcement cases in which a company or person owes investors money.
Search for Unclaimed Money From a Bankruptcy
A bankruptcy creditor is someone who is owed money by a person or business which declares bankruptcy. Sometimes, the money owed to creditors remains undistributed by the bankruptcy court for a variety of reasons. Learn more about unclaimed bankruptcy funds. Check to see if you may be owed money using the U.S. Courts Unclaimed Funds Locator.
Search for Funds From an Individual Indian Money (IIM) Account
The Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Trust Funds Administration (BTFA) manages Individual Indian Money (IIM) accounts for Native American and Alaska Native beneficiaries. Check the Whereabouts Unknown Search Tool to see if you have an unclaimed account.
International Unclaimed Money
Foreign Claims – U.S. nationals can find money owed to them from foreign governments after the loss of property.
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