CT is sending “unclaimed” money to record numbers of residents

Nearly 73,000 people successfully recovered funds from Connecticut’s Unclaimed Property Program during fiscal year 2023 as the state broke its record for returning uncashed checks, misplaced refunds and forgotten insurance policies to their rightful owners.

Connecticut State Treasurer Eric Russell, who oversees millions of dollars in unclaimed property the state collects each year, said his office was able to reunite a record number of people with their money thanks to his staff automatically mailing checks for the first time in United State. Program history.

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