Do Money Orders Expire?

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Money orders do not have an expiration date. However, if after three years you have still done nothing with the check, a service fee might be deducted. This service fee changes from state to state, therefore it may or may not be charged.
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Money orders do not expire. So if you find a money order that is several years old, you should be able to take it a check cashing store or post office and cash it.
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