From the abundant potato fields to the gem mines that give the state its nickname, there is a lot to love about the state of Idaho. If you live and work here, you already know how much there is to see and do here, and if you grew up here you know about the natural beauty, the friendly people and the many other charms for which the region is known.
What you may not know is that there could be free cash waiting for you in the form of missing money. Like other states, the state of Idaho has compiled a huge database of abandoned property and missing assets, and they are working hard to reunite those items with their rightful owners. If you want to check the database and find that missing money, here are the simple steps you can take.
1.Begin your search for the missing money you might have come at the website maintained by the state of Idaho. The URL for that website is yourmoney.idaho.gov.
2.Click the Search Now button to bring up the form you need to search for your potential missing money or unclaimed property.
3.Enter your first and last name in the boxes provided if you want to conduct a search for personal property. Substitute the name of the business for the last name field if you wish to conduct a search for commercial property or cash that might belong to a business you own or used to own.
4.Click the Search button to begin the query. Review the results carefully to see if there is any money coming your way.
5.Complete the claim form if you think any of the assets listed might belong to you. Be sure to check the documentation requirements to determine what you need to submit to substantiate the claim and prove that you are the rightful owner of the property in question.
6.Go back to the original website to check the status of your claim. Just click the Check Claim Status button on the front page of the website and enter the required information. Be patient, as it can take some time for claims to process.
7.Enjoy your newfound money.
There are plenty of reasons why an asset or cash might end up in the state database of missing money Idaho maintains. Think about the bank account you opened when you first learned to drive, then quickly forgot about when you headed out of state for college. Consider the elderly relative you loved when you were younger, the aunt or uncle who loved you enough to name you in their will. What about the tax refund that never reached you, or the insurance policy payout that you left unclaimed.
All of those things and more are waiting in the database overseen by the state of Idaho, and it could be yours for the claiming. Now that you know how easy it is to conduct a search, there is no reason not to check it out.