Treasurer: Missouri has more than $1 billion in unclaimed property

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – On average, one in 10 Missourians owns more than $1 billion in unclaimed state property.

Missouri State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick launches the department’s annual effort to notify residents of and return their unclaimed property.

The names of more than 129,400 people, businesses and non-profit organizations will appear in more than 100 Missouri publications. People can also go online ShowMeMoney.com to search and view the lists by state.

St. Louis County has the longest list of unclaimed property with 28,449 entries, while Worth County has only 30 names on the state list.

“I encourage all Missourians to review the unclaimed property list and claim any money that is rightfully yours,” Fitzpatrick said. “I also encourage Missourians to look at the list and if you see a name you know, let that person know. It’s always free to claim your unclaimed property and many claims can be filed online.”

Most unclaimed property in the state consists of cash from bank accounts, stocks, bonds, and the contents of safe deposit boxes.

The Treasurer’s Office also holds more than 100 military medals and insignia. click here to search these.

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Nate Jones

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