Hoosiers owed $18M in uncollected insurance benefits

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Thousands of Hoosiers could be getting money they never knew they had.

The attorney general said his office has recovered $18 million in uncollected insurance benefits.

The money comes from some of the nation’s largest insurance providers.

It all belongs to Hoosiers who may have misplaced a policy or who didn’t even know they were listed as a beneficiary.

You can see if you’re on the list by checking out Indiana Unclaimed.

5 comments

  • Adlai

    How is it that Indiana is in debt? But in then air we have money out of the blue that our state never knew was there.

    • anon

      This isn't tax, it's things like insurance settlements or companies that owe someone money, but were unable to locate the person, so it was turned over to the state AG's office to try to find the person. If it remains unclaimed after a certain amount of time, I think the state may get to keep the money.

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