Nearly $1.2M to be Returned to Illinois Residents Via ‘Money Match’ Program

Nearly $1.2M to be Returned to Illinois Residents Via ‘Money Match’ Program

SPRINGFIELD – Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs is expected to return $1.2 million to nearly 13,000 Illinois residents in the coming weeks through the state’s ‘Money Match’ program.

 

Checks will be issued after the address is confirmed to be correct. Since 2018, the ‘Money Match’ program generated 122,000 claims and returned almost $13 million to residents throughout the state.

Currently, there is more than $3.5 billion in the unclaimed property fund. Individuals can search the state treasurer’s database for their name or the name of their business or non‑profit here.

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