More than $196 million up for grabs in Northeast Florida

Check your name to see if some of it is yours

Counties with the top amounts include Duval with more than 115 million, St. Johns: more than 17 million and Clay county: 11 and a half million this could be money in a an old bank account you didn't realize is still open.

If you want some money — no strings attached — then you’re in luck. Of the $2.5 billion in unclaimed cash and property being held by the state, more than $196 million belongs to people in Northeast Florida.

The money being held comes from a long list of places like forgotten bank accounts, credit card balances, rebates, paychecks, utility deposits and more. Florida Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis and his office keep it all safe until the rightful owners come forward to claim it.


For a second year, News4Jax is teaming up with Patronis’ office for the Holiday Money Hunt to get the word out about all the unclaimed cash and property that’s just sitting there.

Look below to see what’s available county-by-county.

Here's a county-by-county look at what’s available. (WJXT)

If you want to see how much is available in your neighborhood, from Fernandina Beach to Fruit Cove and beyond, check the interactive map for your ZIP code below.

It’s not just money that’s available, it’s property, too. For example, people in Northeast Florida need to come forward and claim a silver bar weighing more than 6 pounds, silver coins, a Canadian gold coin and a Hamilton open-face pocket watch.

It’s not just money that’s available, it’s property, too. (Special to WJXT)

Tell your friends and family and share this link so they can check their names and businesses to see if they are the rightful owner of any of the state’s $1.5 billion in unclaimed cash and property: