Residents of Solano County, California have until May 31, 2013 to provide proof of identity to the county’s treasurer in an effort to claim the money that is rightfully theirs. The treasurer maintains the listing and the county’s laws indicate that the entire fund will be swept into the general fund on May 31st. Residents may review the listing for themselves and any small businesses that they might own and operate.
To view the treasurer’s website, including claim instructions, visit http://www.co.solano.ca.us/depts/ttcc/treasurer/unclaimed_money.asp
To review the entire listing in PDF format, download our file for free at: http://ge.tt/1UpiyVf
Citizens of Sacramento, California have until June 26th, 2013 to review the unclaimed property listing at their treasurer’s website.
The unclaimed property list consists of 10,419 unclaimed items, primarily uncashed checks and utility account credits that result when customers overpay on their account and don’t request a refund. The sum of all outstanding claims is $1.77 million, which makes the average claim worth about $170.
To claim your money or review the Treasurer’s website, visit http://goo.gl/isxD6
To view the entire listing, download the PDF at http://ge.tt/1jVZvVf/
Residents of Santa Cruz County in California have until December 3rd, 2012 to review the unclaimed property listings distributed by the county. After that date, the unclaimed property tax refunds and uncashed checks will revert to the county’s general fund. Check the PDF listing at our Ge.tt cloud service: http://ge.tt/6AzZiqR/v/0
Or, review the same listing in Excel 2010 format here.
This includes the cities listed below (among others):
- Santa Cruz, CA
- Capitola, CA
- Scotts Valley, CA
- Watsonville, CA
- Rio del Mar, CA
According to the San Diego Business Journal:
San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister says he has nearly 800 unclaimed cash accounts amounting to almost $200,000 that he’s trying to return to the rightful owners.
The funds in the accounts came from individuals who have done business with any county department in the past three years and are overpayments. The majority of the money, some $117,000, is property tax refunds, but another $94,000 is from refunds by various county departments consumers have dealt with. The largest refund is for about $8,700 while the lowest is $10.
“We hope that the owners come forward before September 14, 2012 and claim their refunds,” McAllister said.
After that deadline, state law allows unclaimed countywide funds to be turned over to the county’s general fund; property tax refunds require four years before the county can officially take them.
The county-wide refund listing is available here in PDF format.
To claim anything found on the list of the unclaimed accounts, go to www.sdtreastax.com, or call 877-829-4732.
June 25th, 2012 is the last day for Sacramento residents and businesses to claim the lost money due to them. Corporations who have conducted business with the city in the past 20 years could also be included on the list.
The City of Sacramento, California released this list of uncashed checks and utility account credit balances in mid-April.
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.
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.