A windfall of more than $200,000 is waiting to be claimed by Horsham residents in long-lost wages, rental bonds and share dividends.
In the Horsham area, a total of $207,000 is ready to be collected, including $5,400 for a Glenorchy man - the biggest local entitlement - followed by $3,000 each for another man and woman in the area.
A Horsham man has 13 separate entitlements in his name, for a total of about $1700.
The latest data shows the State Revenue Office has more than a million unclaimed entitlements across Victoria, ranging from as little as $20 all the way up to $994,994 - the biggest single entitlement - which is owed to a Mulgrave woman.
"There are many reasons people lose track of their rightful earnings - we want to reunite as many as possible," Member for Western Victoria Jaala Pulford.
Horsham currently has 2,008 individual entitlements registered for areas including Murtoa ($9152), Bungalally ($1983), Natimuk ($2,642) and Haven ($3117).
The unclaimed money is made up of share dividends, salaries and wages, rents and bonds, debentures and interest, and proceeds from sales that for whatever reason is not collected.
After 12 months, the money is held by the SRO.
"This is money that is just waiting for be collected by their rightful owners, Treasurer Tim Pallas said.
"We encourage all Victorians, businesses and community groups to do a search - you may be pleasantly surprised.
"You will know within seconds if you're sitting on an unexpected windfall."
Last financial year, the SRO reunited $16.6 million with its rightful owners through more than 18,000 entitlements, with 50 claims processed a day.
In regional Victoria, Geelong has the most unclaimed money of $2.74 million (25,137 entitlements), followed by Ballarat with $1.28 million (11,296 entitlements) and Bendigo with $1.1 million to be claimed (11,069 entitlements).
There is no time limit to claiming held money, which can be searched via sro.vic.gov.au/unclaimedmoney.