With the tax season coming to a close in a few weeks, you might need a little bit of extra money. That's okay! The good news is that the Idaho State Treasurer's office may owe you some much-needed cash and you may not even know it.

According to the Idaho State Treasurer's office, the state of Idaho has returned more than $10,959,278 to the people of Idaho. That's right, almost $11 million in cash just waiting for you to come to scoop it up.

They call it "unclaimed property" or "abandoned intangible property." These can include the following:

  • Checking accounts
  • Savings accounts
  • Stocks
  • Bonds
  • Mutual funds
  • Utility refunds
  • Items stored in safety deposit boxes

The great news is that there is no deadline and you can claim at any time.

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