If you are a current or former resident of the state of Georgia, there is a chance that you could have missing money waiting for you to step forward to claim it. The Georgia Department of Revenue is the custodian of that money and is acting on the Unclaimed Property Act to protect the rights of owners who may have this money coming to them. If you think you might have missing money in Georgia, the Georgia Department of Revenue is keeping it on ice for you.
The Unclaimed Property Act
Could you use a little extra cash? Would you like to maybe find free money? Sound too good to be true? It’s not, sort of. While the money is free and you wouldn’t have to pay for it, any missing money you find would actually be yours. Say what? How is that even possible? This article will show you not only how to search for missing money, but also how to claim missing money that is rightfully yours. That’s right. You may have lost money somewhere along the way and now the government may be holding onto it. What are you waiting for? It’s time to give you some tips on how to claim missing money once and for all.
What would you do if you had a pile of money that amounted into the billions of dollars? First, you’d have to find someplace to store all that money. You might not have a concept of how big a multi-billion dollar pile of money might be, but let’s just say it would be fairly large. Now let’s say that you have actual vaults where you keep all this money and those vaults are spread all around the country. There are even some federal vaults keeping some of that money. Now, what if you were told that all that money, those billions of dollars that are piled up like a mountain in these vaults all over the country – what if you were told that this money is considered lost or missing money? You’d be confused, right?