ORLANDO, Fla. — Florida’s chief financial officer said the state has $2 billion in unclaimed property waiting to be claimed by residents.
CFO Jimmy Patronis launched the “holiday money hunt” to spread the word and help people recover cash that has been lost or that they might not even know about.
One in five Floridians has unclaimed property waiting for them.
Since 2017, more than $1 billion has been returned to Floridians.
Patronis said there is more than $359 million in unclaimed property in Central Florida.
See a county-by-county breakdown below:
• Brevard $54,688,284
• Flagler $7,197,249
• Lake $23,551,175
• Marion $25,599,345
• Orange $133,054,708
• Osceola $23,316,429
• Seminole $37,918,426
• Sumter $4,735,789
• Volusia $49,618,811
To check if you have any unclaimed property, click here.
Click here to read more about unclaimed property in Central Florida.
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Cox Media Group