That will bring the total transferred from the fund to the state's general fund in fiscal 2002 to more than $18.6 million, he said.
"Especially in these challenging economic times, every extra dollar will directly benefit Nevada residents," Krolicki said.
The money is coming to the state because of changes in the law allowing the state to close out some old unclaimed property accounts and convert the assets to the state.
In addition to the added cashflow, Krolicki said the unclaimed property staff is refunding about $4.8 million to the rightful owners of previously unclaimed property.
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