July 28, 2016
Where to find missing money.
Whatever happened to your old savings account? Or that rental security deposit? Your state may be holding the funds for you. State laws generally require businesses and financial institutions to turn over cash and property to the state after there has been no activity on the account or contact with the owner for a number of years. You can search for property you lost, forgot, or never knew about at MissingMoney.com, a website that searches the unclaimed property records of many states and provides links to those states that are not represented in its database.
How to redeem a lost savings bond.
If you have lost track of a matured savings bond, the U.S. Department of Treasury has a search feature at www.TreasuryHunt.gov that can help.
Where to find a missing tax refund.
The IRS is holding millions of dollars of undelivered refund checks. If you did not receive a refund you were due, you can check on its status and update your address if necessary by visiting the IRS website, www.IRS.gov, and clicking on “Get Your Refund Status”.
Once your taxes have been filed, first, take a moment to breathe a big sigh of relief…and then enjoy some Tax Day (April 15, 2019) discounts. There’s nothing like a good deal to take the sting out of tax obligations. Below, we’ve compiled a short list of best food and drink deals, taken from offer.com.
The long stretch from the end of the winter holiday season until the next break in your routine can feel like eternity. If you feel the need to reboot your enthusiasm as the spring season arrives, try these tips:
Our most precious commodity is time—and our attention is a close second. That’s why everyone can use some help on how to tune out daily distractions. We compiled the following helpful tips from copyblogger.com to get you started on dialing down distractions: