“So much of government takes place in Madison and even when they do Superior Days and things like that, it’s just not the same,” she said. “I think the best thing about Joint Finance is that it goes all over the state. I think the roadshow is very important. I think it is very important for citizens to feel like they have access to the government.”
HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — The State Treasurer’s office is entrusted to hold on to unclaimed property. One-third of the state – 1.6 million people – have money that is just sitting there. How do you claim your money?
This unclaimed money is known as ‘The Big List’ and a new website is making it easier to you to cash in.
State Treasurer Shawn Wooden (D) said, “Connecticut residents you’ve got money come get it.”
State Treasurer Wooden says $915 million in unclaimed property is sitting in the state’s general fund. If after three years – a business or a bank