SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — More than $713,000 in tax refunds have yet to be claimed in San Diego County.
The San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector's Office said the unclaimed refunds are for residents who overpaid county departments on taxes, deposits, premiums, services or fees. The refunds range from $10 to nearly $37,000.
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The online list contains 1,848 refunds. If you find your name, scroll to the bottom to find out how to claim it.
Anyone who wishes to claim a refund has until Dec. 17 to file a claim before the money is turned over to the county's general fund.
“With the holidays approaching, everyone could use a little extra money in their pocket,” said County Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister. “The average refund is $386. If you are owed a refund, and can prove you are the rightful owner, we want to make sure you get your refund.”
San Diego County has refunded more than $500,000 to their owners in the last five years.