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Some other examples may help you understand how it unclaimed property comes about, and why. It will also help to convince you that it's worth taking a shot at finding some in your name. If you take the pretty brief time needed to learn and don't get fooled by those who offer to help for a fee you can do some simple but comprehensive searches yourself. Some other examples may help you understand how it unclaimed property comes about, and why. It will also help to convince you that it's worth taking a shot at finding some in your name. If you take the pretty brief time needed to learn and don't get fooled by those who offer to help for a fee you can do some simple but comprehensive searches yourself.
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 +**Update June 2019**
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 + ** Rate the States holding  the most Unclaimed Money!:**
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 +It’s quite amazing just how much money and other property is being held by individual states. New York state is holding the largest with **$14 billion** or an average of almost $800 for each state resident. (Wonder how hard they’re trying to find the owners of this income producing holding ….)
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 +Not surprisingly, California is next, with $8 billion in its coffers, all of which rightly belongs to its residents. That number averages to about $200 per resident.
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 +Texas comes in at #3, holding $4billion, or a little over $100 per resident. And Pennsylvania shows up as fourth, with over $2 billion — almost $250 per individual.
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 +Folks it is totally worth it to spend the time to find out how much of all these dollars are yours.  Remember you don’t have to pay to have anyone conduct a good search for you —- we spell out the best tips and tactics in Find Unclaimed Money!
**News December 2016** **News December 2016**
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  * Many people also have unclaimed money which the IRS is holding because they did not file taxes when they were not legally required to. For example, if you had a job but your earnings were low enough that you were not required to file a return, you probably had taxes that were withheld from each paycheck. This money would have gone to the government and, without filing a return, you never triggered those funds to be returned to you. In addition, you may have earned too little to require that you file taxes, but enough so that you would have been entitled to the earned income tax credit.   * Many people also have unclaimed money which the IRS is holding because they did not file taxes when they were not legally required to. For example, if you had a job but your earnings were low enough that you were not required to file a return, you probably had taxes that were withheld from each paycheck. This money would have gone to the government and, without filing a return, you never triggered those funds to be returned to you. In addition, you may have earned too little to require that you file taxes, but enough so that you would have been entitled to the earned income tax credit.
  * For the year 2011 alone the IRS had $1 billion in unclaimed tax refunds — but April 2015 was the last date that the money could be claimed. We don’t know what happens to those funds but unfortunately it probably doesn’t get distributed to taxpayers! If you don’t bother filing a return because you don’t expect to owe anything because of your low income, you could be missing out on as much as $5000 or more in the Earned Income Tax Credit.  It’s too late now for 2011 but if you have some income it could be a very good idea to file late returns for 2012 - 2014.   * For the year 2011 alone the IRS had $1 billion in unclaimed tax refunds — but April 2015 was the last date that the money could be claimed. We don’t know what happens to those funds but unfortunately it probably doesn’t get distributed to taxpayers! If you don’t bother filing a return because you don’t expect to owe anything because of your low income, you could be missing out on as much as $5000 or more in the Earned Income Tax Credit.  It’s too late now for 2011 but if you have some income it could be a very good idea to file late returns for 2012 - 2014.
-  ** June 2019:  Rate the States holding  the mostUnclaimed Money** 
-**New June 2019** 
-It’s quite amazing just how much money and other property is being held by individual states. New York state is holding the largest with **$14 billion** or an average of almost $800 for each state resident. (Wonder how hard they’re trying to find the owners of this income producing holding …. +  
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-Not surprisingly, California is next, with $8 billion in its coffers, all of which rightly belongs to its residents. That number averages to about $200 per resident. +
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-Texas comes in at #3, holding $4billion, or a little over $100 per resident. And Pennsylvania shows up as fourth, with over $2 billion — almost $250 per individual.  +
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-Folks it is totally worth it to spend the time to find out how much of all these dollars are yours.  Remember you don’t have to pay to have anyone conduct a good search for you —- we spell out the best tips and tactics in Find Unclaimed Money!+
**Important Things to Know About Unclaimed Money** **Important Things to Know About Unclaimed Money**
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