LAS VEGAS, Nev. (702 Times, NV Globe) – Do you have an unclaimed financial asset that has not been touched in three years?
You might be able to claim it, as the Nevada State Treasurer’s Office is asking people to do on February 1.
Unclaimed property on Unclaimed Property Day can include bank accounts, uncashed payroll checks, insurance checks, traveler’s checks, utility deposits, gift certificates, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, dividends, insurance policy benefits or claim payments, safe deposit box contents, oil and gas royalties, court deposits, and more.
“Throughout my time in office, the State Treasurer’s Office has returned nearly $184 million in unclaimed property back to Nevadans,” said Treasurer Zach Conine. “The state of Nevada is currently holding over $1 billion in unclaimed property. We encourage everyone to visit our website to see if we’re holding onto any unclaimed property which is owed to them.”
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