The happenings "inside" the Wisconsin State Treasury and across the street at the State Capitol

On the Road with $415 Million!


I will be hitting the road for an unclaimed property tour as newspapers across the state begin printing the new names of Wisconsin residents who are missing money. Visit me in Mauston and La Crosse on April 11th.

The Unclaimed Property Tour has been very successful in helping people discover money they did not even realize was lost. The State Treasury holds more than $415 Million in unclaimed assets; these are lost checks, insurance overpayments and demutualizations, utility deposits, and abandoned safe deposit boxes. The Tour brings the unclaimed property database to towns for people who do not have computer access to search for themselves or their relatives or friends. State Treasury employees and I will help anyone who finds their names or a relative on the list fill out a claim form and get their money back quickly.

You can search for missing money 24/7 online at www.wismissingmoney.com.

The Hatch Public Library in Mauston, Wisconsin...

Overlooking La Crosse, Wisconsin from Grandad ...

Events for Treasurer Schuller Wednesday April 11, 2012

9:00am-11:00am         Hatch Public Library

                                    111 W. State St

                                    Mauston, WI

1:00pm-4:00pm           La Crosse Public Library

                                    800 Main Street

                                    La Crosse, WI

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