Illinois State Treasury Announces Launch of "I-Cash" Program

Illinois State Treasurer Dan Rutherford recently announced a relaunch of Illinois' unclaimed property outreach program, and the addition of more than 780,000 names to the state's unclaimed property database.  The new program, called I-Cash, aims to connect Illinois residents to the more than $1.5 billion (yes, with a "b") that the state is currently holding for its residents.

According to the program's marketing piece, 1 and 8 Illinois residents have property being held for them by the Treasurer's office.  In other reunification news, the unclaimed property administrations of MissouriArkansasIowa, and Pennsylvania all recently touted their successes in reuniting unclaimed funds with their rightful owners.


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