Financial Challenge – Day 17

Find lost money in north america

We have spend the last several days comparing prices of some of our monthly bills to see if we can get them for a better price. While we still have more to go in this area, let’s take a short break from comparing and have a bit of fun in search of extra money. It’s not often that we are able to go on a treasure hunt as part of our daily life, let alone have it a recommended Financial Challenge as a way to possible pay down your debt or place extra money into your simple investing plan. This treasure hunt, however, is a bit different and it’s exactly what today’s Financial Challenge will be.

The lost treasure we are searching for is money that, for whatever reason, yo


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8 Responses to Financial Challenge – Day 17

  1. jodi_m says:

    Nothing for me…but I did find a listing for my sister-in-law! Maybe she’ll cut me in :)

  2. Cathy says:

    Where is Missouri?

  3. Caitlin says:

    I found nearly $45 using the MA search … an old bank account (still in state…weird they couldn’t “find” me) that I left behind when I moved across town for graduate school. Not big bucks, but still mine :)

  4. Seattle says:

    I did a search in all of the locations I have ever lived. Nothing turned up. Dang – I was hoping to retire on the lost funds…

  5. Gloria says:

    Nothing for me, but I told my husband about it and he had a few dollars to claim. Thank you guys. This is cool.

  6. Frugal Momma says:

    I got back a few years ago money from an old auto insurance policy that I had when I was in my late teens/early 20s. I was pretty excited since it over $200.

  7. Pattie says:

    Cool, I have an insurance policy that came up. I filed my claim online but they do not tell you how much it is until it is processed. I do not remember this company so it muct go back awhile. What the heck, it’s rather fun just waiting to find out what is in the envelope!!

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