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8 Places to Find Free Money

Kiplinger Logo By The Editors of Kiplinger's Personal Finance of Kiplinger | Slide 1 of 9: <p>State treasuries and other agencies are holding some $41.7 billion in unclaimed assets, according to the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA). Some of it could be yours.</p> <p>Unclaimed assets—accounts that have been inactive for at least a year—can include checking and savings, payroll checks, utility deposits and tax refunds. They may also include stock certificates, certificates of deposit, insurance benefits, pension payments and safe-deposit-box contents.</p><p>This slide show will point you toward <strong>resources that will help you track down your missing money</strong>. </p>

Is part of the $41.7 billion in unclaimed assets yours?

State treasuries and other agencies are holding some $41.7 billion in unclaimed assets, according to the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA). Some of it could be yours.

Unclaimed assets—accounts that have been inactive for at least a year—can include checking and savings, payroll checks, utility deposits and tax refunds. They may also include stock certificates, certificates of deposit, insurance benefits, pension payments and safe-deposit-box contents.

This slide show will point you toward resources that will help you track down your missing money.

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