Did you know there may be a check, bank account, or inheritance out there that is owed to you? All you need to do is claim it! Maybe you double paid a medical bill. Did a relative leave you money when they passed and you never knew about it? In this episode, Melissa Fradenburg and Jay Fradenburg will explain the process for claiming money that is yours through the unclaimed property website. Through this quick search you may find hundreds or thousands of dollars that are yours and you either forgot about or never knew were yours.
- Search for unclaimed property in Michigan HERE.
- federal Unclaimed Property resources.
- Connect with Jay Fradenburg.
- Read about How to Claim Unclaimed Property.
- Listen to Episode 124: Teaching Children Financial Responsibility Through Chores
- Sign up for our Fall Economic Update and Investment Outlook Webinar HERE.
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