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What is Utah unclaimed money?

Billions of dollars of unclaimed money exist throughout the United States. These unclaimed assets occur when an owner of the financial asset cannot be contacted. This can happen due to moving, changing jobs, or passing away. Utah unclaimed money can come in a variety of forms including bank accounts, property, tax refunds, social security payments, and more. Unfortunately for those who may be entitled to having ownership of Utah unclaimed money, many may not know about these assets. Additionally, some people do know about these assets, but are not familiar with the processes and paperwork needed to claim these assets. Filling out necessary applications, supporting documents, and other proofs can be challenging, time consuming, and incredibly discouraging. As such, many people don’t gain access to their unclaimed funds. However, there is no need to be discouraged! Our asset investigators provide the services you need to get the money and assets you are entitled to.

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If you are searching for Utah unclaimed money, Unclaimed Money Discovery is a reputable agency in searching for and locating unclaimed money accounts. Our accredited asset investigators perform free initial customized searches. If our searches yield positive results, you can either continue to perform a detailed do-it-yourself search for free or hire us to perform a comprehensive genealogy search and do all the work for you. We’ll even complete all the required government paperwork for you!

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