Did You Know? Friday

It's time again for Did You Know?  On Fridays here at Escheatable, we provide you with interesting information regarding the unclaimed property laws to amaze your friends and frighten your enemies.  Today from Ohio:

Forget the thousands in vendor payments, we want the 24 cent Inverted Jenny

Though business to business items are exempt, domestic and foreign coins, coin collections, stamps, and stamp collections are all subject to the Ohio Unclaimed Property Act.

Source:  Ohio Admin Code 1301:10-1(6).

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Enjoy the weekend!

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