OVERVIEW Secrets of Unclaimed $400 Billion Dollars Lost Fortunes Held By the U.S. Government; How To Claim Your Share. AN AUTHORITATIVE GUIDE FOR OWNERS OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY AND CAREER LOCATORS. AN INCREDIBLE HOW-TO-DO-IT BOOK THAT COULD CHANGE YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE !! Nine out of ten Americas based on reliable sources have some kind of money sitting latent in government treasuries, state and federal. You could be one of those. For many many years, forgotten money continue to grow and crowd government treasuries because owners and next of kin to deceased relative owners cannot be found. Within the last ten yeaes lost or forgotten unclaimed assets of individuals have skyrocketted to over $400 Billion dollars, and continue to grow. Government is waiting and has been making effort to find owners to come forth and claim their money, but the rate is minimal. The funds continue to pile up year after year in government treasuries. New York unclaimed property alone is estimated to be over $5 billion. California figure stands at $3 billion. Many other states figures are in millions and millions of dollars. These forgotten money accumulate from daily business transactions of individuals. After a while people forget all about it, and then the funds are turned over to the state treasury for safekeeping until the owner comes forward to claim it.These assets are from checking and savings accounts; insurance proceeds; corporation stocks and dividends; U.S.savings bonds; security deposits with utility companies; uncashed government checks; gift certificates and credit memo issued by department stores; royalties paid to owners of minerals, inventions, authors, music recordings, motion pictures, other forms of creativity; and contents of safe deposit box from banks. This book offers an opportunity to learn how to claim your share of unclaimed funds. It is also a manual for Locators who wish to make a living assisting owners and heirs, who cannot claim the funds themselves, for a fee and hefty reward as much as 50%. The book target audience are schools, libraries, senior citizen centers, hospitals, community centers, online booksellers, military installations and bases, and anywhere Americans reside or do business, as .they may be the rightful owners or heirs of this huge unclaimed funds to be claimed. Library of Congress Ref: #: TX 6 844 125 Addendum to Book Free Preview It is established and documented by authorities that unclaimed property belonging to millions of Americans throughout the United States, stood at $400 billion dollars in 2005, held at state and federal treasuries. Government is urging people to come forth to claim their money, but the rate of claim is very slow. People wonder if they have unclaimed money held by the government. Definitely they do. This book will show the procedure on how to claim your funds. It will also prepare aspiring Locators the permissible way to operate to conform to government rules, for his important position, to assist owners claim their funds speedly, in full amount without hassle. How People Loose their Money: Individuals loose or forget their money in many ways, but typically by accident, forgetfulness, or death. The money is still yours, but you must follow the procedure as elaborated in my book and put a claim. Also, great many owners and beneficiaries cannot claim their money themselves due to physical handicap, in the hospital, or mentally impaired. These exigencies prompted the idea of elaborate exposition on the Locator job as a career, not a hobby, and shows what he or she need to do to perform his job with dignity, trust, and in a professional manner.. Vital Records and Resources for the Locator: The resources for the Locator to function efficiently are presented in great detail in the book, including, how to perform heir searches in the absence of a computeThis book offers an opportunity to learn how to claim your share of unclaimed funds.
|Title||:||Secrets of Unclaimed $400 Billion Dollars Lost Fortunes Held by the U.s. Government|
|Author||:||Daniel Ajah Okoronkwo|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2010-07-22|