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Unclaimed.org and many states host websites where you can search for inheritances and other property that belongs to you. On MissingMoney.com, the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators search engine, ... More »

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To claim an inheritance, contact the executor of the will or the judge in charge of the case. They make sure that you receive your money and any other paperwork you need, such as a deed or title if you are inheriting pro... More »

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Inheritance money can be found by searching for a will left behind by the grandparent, or by conducting a search on unclaimed property. Locating money or property left behind by relatives requires research into records b... More »

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To find unclaimed money in Pennsylvania, search the online unclaimed property database maintained by the Pennsylvania Treasury. The database lists all unclaimed financial assets, such as checking or savings accounts, unc... More »

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Payments that can be made through Pay.gov as of 2015 include Small Business Administration loan payments, Veterans Administration co-payments, fines and tickets issued on U.S government property, and license/permit fees.... More »

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Unclaimed savings accounts, referred to as unclaimed property, are accounts that have had no activity from the owner for a minimum of one year. The amount of time necessary for these acounts to be deemed "unclaimed" vari... More »

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