Indiana residents are encouraged to see if they are eligible to claim unclaimed property totaling $66 million.
Unclaimed property includes investment earnings, insurance proceeds and benefits, wages, and money from savings and checking accounts. Attorney General Greg Zoeller said making a claim with the Attorney General’s Unclaimed Property Division is free. Visit www.IndianaUnclaimed.gov search for your name, relatives, neighbors and friends names. Business owners and charitable organizations should also check annually for unclaimed property.
The state holds these assets for 25 years after they are reported.
In Starke County, $822,699 is claimable while in Pulaski County $381,305 is claimable.
In 2014, the Attorney General’s Office returned a record 95,000 properties totaling more than $66 million in unclaimed property.