Millions in Louisiana tax refunds unclaimed: Check For unclaimed cash Before September 6th

by Matthew Person on August 25, 2017

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The Louisiana Department of Revenue has sent out 9,500 letters to taxpayers urging them to claim the refunds before they are transferred to the state treasurer’s office. The total amount of unclaimed refunds is $8.6 million according to the state.

The letters are dated July 21, 2017, however taxpayers have until September 6 to claim the refund before it is moved to the Unclaimed Property Division. In order to check for potentially unclaimed money, residents should submit the required information to the Lousiana Department of Revenue with the accompanying letter.

If you miss the deadline, do not worry. State officials say the unclaimed property can still be claimed using the state treasurer’s website.


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