Does California owe you money?

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Valley News - Opinion
Assemblymember Marie Waldron Special to Valley News The state could owe you money. The holiday season is fast approaching and many are suffering from severe economic distress resulting from the COVID-19 shutdowns, so take a few minutes to see if you have some money coming to you. California is sitting on almost $10 billion in unclaimed properties. Some of that money could be yours. Under California’s Unclaimed Property Law, banks, insurance companies and other businesses are required to transfer property to the controller’s office if it goes unclaimed over a specified period of time, usually three years. Bank accounts, stocks, bonds, uncashed checks, insurance benefits, wages and the contents of safe deposit boxes are common types of unclaimed property. Funds are held for as lon
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