States have created laws that keep inactive property from reverting back to the companies. These laws tell companies to give the lost property over to state officials.
The Kansas State Treasurer is in charge of looking after property owned by Kansans. It is this office's job to reunite unclaimed financial assets to their owners.
Your funds will be held until you or your heirs are found.
Each year, the Kansas State Treasurer’s Office receives unclaimed deposit boxes, stock, and bonds.
Upon receiving these items, the Treasurer’s Office mails letters to the last known addresses, posts names to kansascash.com, and staffs unclaimed property booths at the Kansas State Fair and other state events.
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