Friday, August 28, 2020

State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli's Weekly News - Over $16 Billion in Unclaimed Funds, Search for Your Lost Funds

New York State Comptrollers Weekly News 

Over $16 Billion in Unclaimed Funds,
Search for Your Lost Funds

Did you forget about an old bank account or utility deposit? There is currently $16.5 billion in unclaimed funds in New York state waiting to be claimed. This office currently returns over $1.5 million a day – and we want to do more. It’s easier than ever to see if there are any unclaimed funds in your name. Simply visit our website and search your name or business to get started.

Typically, staff from our Office of Unclaimed Funds would be at the New York State Fair right now, helping connect New Yorkers with their lost money in person. Unfortunately, that is not the case this year, but you can still search online and find out if you are owed money. I look forward to seeing everyone next year at my annual visit to one of the state’s must-see events.

DiNapoli: NYC's Shelter Repair Process Needs Its Own Fix

New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli released an audit of the New York City Department of Homeless Services’ (DHS) efforts to make capital improvements to shelters. The audit found that badly-needed shelter repairs are too often delayed with little or no explanation, allowing conditions to deteriorate further and, in some cases, forcing residents to relocate.

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