Pennsylvania has 3 Billion in unclaimed Cash, Treasure


Deep underground in Harrisburg sits the Pennsylvania Treasury vault. Built in 1939, it’s housing a stash of cash that could belong to you.
 
“In the last 10 years, we returned $1.5 billion dollars. Last year we had a record. We returned $175 million in just that year,” Treasurer Joe Torsella said. The state’s Unclaimed Property Program is the keeper of $3 billion in assets that belong to Pennsylvanians; cash from old bank accounts, securities or stocks that were never cashed in. The vault is also stuffed with stuff. With one in 10 Pennsylvanians expected to cash in, odds are good you are owed something. The average claim is about $1,800 and it’s easy to find out. 

Just go to http://www.patreasury.gov, click the icon for unclaimed property and then enter your name.
 
Online: Pennsylvania Treasury

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  1. According to the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA), 1:8 people living in the United States have unclaimed money... With average claims of over $1,000!

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