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I've always dreamed of an unexpected windfall. Hurry, because the State of Louisiana could make that dream a reality for you! This isn't another COVID stimmy, a tax return, or anything you have to pay back to the feds. This is YOUR money that the State of Louisiana has been holding on to for you.

Taxpayers in Louisiana have until tomorrow, Thursday, October 6th, 2022, to claim millions of dollars in state income tax refunds before the Louisiana Department of Revenue transfers the funds to the state’s Unclaimed Property fund.

Back in August, the Louisiana Department of Revenue sent out letters to 20,400 individual and business taxpayers. Only about 4,000 have claimed their refunds so far. Claiming your funds if you received a letter is easy, just fill out and return the attached voucher. Can't put your hands on the letter you received? No worries, you can still claim your money from the state's unclaimed property fund after the money is transferred.


Want to see if Louisiana is hanging on to any of your money in the unclaimed property fund? All you have to do is click here. I've looked for my name in every single combination possible and I've never been owed any money. I think my brother got like $30 once, it was from a final check from some restaurant he had worked at decades ago. Either way, something is better than nothing.

If you're wondering where this unclaimed property/money comes from, it's the result of old payroll checks, old bank accounts, royalties, utility deposits, interest payments, stock certificates, and life insurance proceeds that businesses turn over to the state because they weren't able to remit the funds to the legal payee.

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