This Friday, February 22nd, staff from State Treasurer Lynn Fitch’s office will be available at the Richland Community Center to help area residents search the State’s unclaimed property list and file claims for their funds.
“Since I took office in 2012, we have distributed over $93 million in unclaimed property,” said Treasurer Fitch. “That is true economic stimulus and can make a real difference in people’s lives. I am so pleased to partner with Mayor Sullivan to help the residents and businesses of Richland find their unclaimed property at the Richland Community Center.”
Richland Mayor Pat Sullivan said he encourages everyone to come out and meet with Treasurer Fitch’s unclaimed property specialists.
“They helped so many people search the State’s unclaimed property list and find their money at the Highway 49 Festival last September,” said Mayor Sullivan. “This is your money, Richland. Come out and let them help you claim it.”
Unclaimed property specialists from the Treasurer’s office will be available:
Friday, February 22, 2019
3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Richland Community Center, 410 E. Harper Street, Richland
Staff will be available to help people search the State’s unclaimed property list and begin the claims process. Individuals planning to attend are encouraged to bring the following to expedite their claims:
· Photo ID (driver’s license, passport, military ID card, etc.)
· Your Social Security Card
· Proof of address (utility bill, etc.)
· Proof of name change (marriage license, divorce decree, etc.)
· If the owner is deceased, bring the death certificate, will, obituary, or affidavit of death
Individuals can always check the State’s full listing atto see if the State has any money in their name as well. It is constantly being updated.