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U.S. unclaimed funds number at $58 billion

Published On: Jan 25 2013 04:39:36 PM CST

MADISON, Wis. -

Money may be waiting for you, and you don’t even know it.

Across the United States, there is roughly $58 billion in unclaimed money and property located in treasuries.

The funds come from forgotten bank accounts, stock holdings, pensions and life insurance payouts.

A Connecticut resident claimed nearly $33 million from an old stock sale.

Links to Wisconsin’s treasury search website and national websites can be found below to look for funds.

http://www.statetreasury.wisconsin.gov/section.asp?linkid=1381&locid=155

www.treasuryhunt.gov

www.unclaimed.org

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