Every state has unclaimed property, including California. Such property may include uncashed checks, insurance benefits, wages, bank accounts, and more. Existing law authorizes the CA Franchise Tax Board (FTB) to disclose specific information to the controller’s office to help locate owners of unclaimed property. This information has been limited to the taxpayer’s name, address, identification number and principal business code. New legislation now allows the controller to provide additional information from a business’s tax returns or other business records filed with the FTB, such as the form of business, the revenue range and more. Here’s more: https://bit.ly/3ropGIP