State’s $6.1 billion cache a treasure trove for some in Auburn – Auburn Journal. Thanks Gus Thomson for the great article about unclaimed property in the region.
On December 22, 2011, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court (District of Vermont) issued a fresh unclaimed funds list on this website.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Hundreds of millions of dollars set aside to help fund city schools is simply sitting on the table unclaimed. School administrators say they don’t have the manpower to fill out the paperwork necessary to get it.
City school administrators are scrambling to explain why they haven’t bothered to claim more than $500 million they’re entitled to.
“This is sheer incompetence, it is disgusting and every parent in this city should be outraged,” Michael Mulgrew, president of the United Federation of Teachers, said.
The Department of Education hasn’t filed Medicaid reimbursement claims for services like physical, occupational and speech therapy since 2006.
As a result, the department has missed out on more than $500 million that taxpayers have been forced to foot the bill for.
The DOE blames the state for the screw up, saying it ordered an overhaul of the process several years ago and from 2005 to 2010 while that was in the works, barred the city from filing these types of claims.
But, while the DOE is allowed to file now retroactively, Mayor Bloomberg doubts the DOE will be able to recoup any of the money.
On October 28, 2011, the State of Delaware released five (5) PDF data files that contain the latest unclaimed property lists.
The technical team at Discovered Money has combined all five files together for easy sorting and searching. The Delaware database is available in Microsoft Excel 2010 format (XLSX) at one of two Gumroad pages for a nominal fee.
Delaware Only records from 2011 Unclaimed Property Database in Excel 2010 format
Complete 2011 Delaware Unclaimed Property Database in Excel 2010 format
If you would like to review the Delaware PDFs, please visit this page.
The Vermont State Treasurer released the new November 2011 version of their annual unclaimed property listing.
CONCORD, N.H. — The state treasury department is trying to locate current and former New Hampshire residents to help them claim money and other assets currently being held by the state.
If you follow the links, you will discover that New Hampshire has a partnership with Missing Money for residents to search their unclaimed property listings.
If you live or have every lived in Glendale, California, please check their newly published uncashed check list. The city plans to send all of the funds to their general fund unless you claim your funds soon.
Elisabeth Leamy recommends that everyone search for their favorite cause in unclaimed property websites. Here are her tips for success:
Elisabeth Leamy of ABC News started educating viewers about unclaimed property during this March 24, 2011 segment on Good Morning America.