Bellevue, WA (PressExposure) January 21, 2012 -- The issue of unclaimed assets has made its way to the top of the bill of all state governments. The government is all set with its new tools of dealing with the large amount of unclaimed money lying with them. The U.S. government is now making use of carefully and intensively planned awareness campaigns to make sure that none of the rightful owner of any unclaimed property, assets, funds or money is missed out this time.
Statistics prove that 7 out of 10 Americans are owners of a staggering amount of money to them without their knowledge. This happens due to the lack of information, change of address, or unawareness of the need for claiming such money. Thus, to make the owner of such money aware of its existence and to help them find unclaimed assets present in their name, the U.S. government is taking help of some intense awareness programs.
As stated by the state initiatives, these awareness programs are initiated with the help of certain fair and event authorities, along with media and newspaper. These mediums and authorities with play the role of reuniting the rightful owners of these unclaimed assets and money. The NAUPA is a major name in this category that not only provides website services in this regard but also publishes any such existing piece of asset, property or fund in the highest circulating newspaper of the country.
These awareness programs are likely to be held at significant locations of the country that can attract maximum number of people to attend it. This will lead to a more effective and simplified process of unclaimed money search. The information provided through these programs will be covering all unclaimed items like unclaimed assets, tax returns, un-cashed payroll checks, security or utility deposits, unpaid insurance policies, unclaimed property, wages or commissions, safe deposit boxes, pension and military benefits, money orders, unclaimed checks, refunds, traveler's check and unused gift certificates.