Louisiana residents missing out on $250M in tax rebates

BATON ROUGE, LA (NBC33) — If you own a home or any other type of property, odds are, there’s unclaimed money waiting for you.

More than $250 million is available through the state’s “citizens assessment” program.

It offers rebates and tax credits to anyone whose insurance rates went up after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

Nearly $200 million has already gone back to the state’s general fund, because people didn’t claim money that was owed to them from 2006-2008.

But more than two-thirds of the cash in the system is still there.



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