Indiana Unclaimed Money
What is Indiana Unclaimed Money?
When you change jobs, move, or if a relative passes away, there is a chance that assets were lost and left unclaimed. This year, for example, the Indiana State Attorney General’s Office has returned millions of dollars in unclaimed money to people that were unaware of what was owed to them. Indiana unclaimed money exists in the form of assets that have been lost or forgotten, and may originate from a variety of different sources, such as with the remaining balances of dormant bank accounts, insurance proceeds paid out to unsuspecting owners, stocks and bonds with uncollected dividends or interest payments, safe deposit boxes, and refunds from utility providers. Some of these assets have been declared “lost” fairly recently, while others can be several decades old.
Of the Indiana unclaimed money, only a portion is ever returned to its rightful owners. This is due in large to the lack of any sort of centralized government database. This problem goes beyond the state of Indiana and can even include unclaimed assets and other property held by the federal government. Claiming these assets may be a daunting and time-consuming task for most people. Thankfully, there are specialists who can perform investigations for you on your behalf and help you reclaim your money.
How We Help Claim Indiana Unclaimed Money
There are several steps you may take in reclaiming Indiana unclaimed money, although hiring an expert is often the most effective and efficient approach. At Unclaimed Money Discovery, we are a team of leading unclaimed funds investigators. We offer an initial and customized search for free. If positive results are found from the search, you can either continue to do the DIY search for free or hire us to conduct a thorough genealogy search and do all of the government paperwork right for you. We work on a low flat-fee basis. That means you get to keep all the assets that are claimed. Contact us at (800) 875-7320 today for more information.