Delaware’s State Escheator David Gregor warns today that postcards stamped “Unclaimed Property Notification” are suspicious and should be ignored. They have not been sent from Delaware’s Unclaimed Property department or by any other State of Delaware agency.
Date Posted: Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014
Categories: Department of Finance
Wilmington – Attorney General Beau Biden and Wilmington Mayor Dennis Williams announced today that their offices have partnered to sponsor a series of Community Resource Fairs aimed at empowering neighborhoods by providing family-focused activities and opportunities for residents to connect with government agencies and community organizations. “Strong communities provide safer environments for families to […]
The Delaware Lottery Office announces new enhancements to the internet-based gaming sites available through Delaware Park, Dover Downs, and Harrington Raceway, including access for MAC users, fewer download requirements, and exciting new game options.
Division of Revenue Director Patrick T. Carter reminds taxpayers today that State of Delaware Personal Income Tax is due April 30, 2014. Citizens can file their Delaware Income Taxes online for free at www.delaware.gov.
In just over eight months, the Department of Finance’s Office of Unclaimed Property has reunited more individuals with their unclaimed property during Fiscal Year 2014 than it did in all of Fiscal Year 2013.
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