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March 2013

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There's a good chance that there's some money floating around just waiting to be deposited into your account. No, this isn't a special deal from Nigeria. The National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators in cooperation with the National Association of State Treasurers now bring you a comprehensive data base of unclaimed money (stocks, dividends etc.) sitting in State Treasuries across the country - and some of it may have your name (as owner or heir) on it.

From the first page you can go directly to a local government unclaimed property program by clicking on a state, territory, or province from the map or drop box. You should search in every state where you have lived or any generous Uncle has lived.

For your protection, banks, insurance companies, utilities, investment companies and many other businesses are required by State law to surrender inactive accounts to the State. These accounts are known as "lost," "abandoned," or "unclaimed" funds. The State serves as custodian of this money. If you can prove you are entitled to the money, they will return it to you, at any time, without charge. If you are an heir you may have to dig up some documents which the State will generally help you with.

Well worth a shot - and the price is right!

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Want to get in trouble? Easy - just forget an important anniversary or birthday!

Here's an uncomplicated desktop reminder program that will help you remember the important things in an easy way. It lists all tasks, which are urgent for the current day. For a task with time of day defined a corresponding alarm message can be shown, when the time comes.

Here's what makes it unique when compared with other task planners:
It can notify you even few months earlier about an urgent task. In this way, for example, you can quit your long-term contracts (e.g. mobile phone contract) right on time.
There is no need to define time of day for the task - after all grandmas' birthday lasts all day.
There is no need to input the end time for the task's duration, making defining a new task simple and quick.
You can set alarms, auto-repeat tasks, import holidays and use the programs powerful search and navigate programs. In short you get a lot of the features of the high priced programs - but here it's yours for the taking.

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More than 200 million people use this network to research, select, and connect with a physician or hospital, and for information to help them take action on managing their health. Patients can search for healthcare providers based on what matters most to them - specialty areas, patient satisfaction rates, accepted health plans, history of sanctions or malpractice, hospital affiliations, and more. From tip sheets on how to choose the right doctor to condition-specific Health Coaches, they deliver resources to help guide patients along every step of the healthcare process.

USA Today, Forbes and a host of national media outlets cite this site is a valuable resource when checking out your Doctor, Dentist or Hospital.

They claim that their physician profiles are the most current and comprehensive available and that their online decision support tools enable consumers to research and compare doctors across a range of professional and personal attributes.

It's pretty easy to use. Just pick your area. Choose from the menu for Doctors, Dentists or Hospitals. Insert a Doctors name or a specialty if you don't have a Doctor's name. And click search. There's a wealth of information for you - all available within seconds - and all without cost or subscription.

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Want to check out urban legends, common fallacies, misinformation, old wifes' tales, strange news stories, rumors or celebrity gossip? If your curiosity has taken hold, here's a great source to help you either prove that the story is true -- or is not true. This resource will help you quickly find out if that e-mail with dire warnings (that had been relayed 17 times) is the straight scoop or big bunch of baloney.

In addition to gathering a huge collection of curious tales, these folks have created a bibliography at the bottom of each page showing the research materials they used. This way you can verify the validity of the information in case you want to check it out yourself as you prepare the wager you are about to make with your brother-in-law.

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