Texas Wants You To Get Your Money

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Money, money, money, money.

    Texas Comptroller Susan Combs is using Denton as an example of why Texans should check the state's unclaimed property list.

    The city of Denton reclaimed $2,434, while Denton County reclaimed a staggering $27,176. The Denton Independent School District has not yet stepped up to collect $4,429 waiting to be claimed.

    The state is holding about $2 billion in unclaimed property for missing owners statewide and estimates 1-in-4 Texans has money waiting to be claimed.

    “In these challenging economic times, Texas families are trying to make every dollar count,” Combs said.  “Now more than ever, it is crucial that we reunite Texans with their unclaimed property.”

    ClaimItTexas.org is available year-round and contains a complete list of all owners of any amount of unclaimed property from any year.

    You may also inquire about unclaimed property by phone at (800) 654-FIND (3463).

    More: ClaimItTexas.org