WELCOME TO NEVADA TREASURER'S OFFICE UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
The primary mission of the Nevada Unclaimed Property Division is to reunite owners and heirs with their property. As custodian, the state treasurer is charged with protecting your property and maintaining it in a centralized location to access searches, and ensuring the office is in compliance with Nevada Revised Statutes 120A. The state will not claim ownership of the property and will relinquish it once claimed by the rightful owner or heir.
Holder Reporting Requirements
Any entity or person in possession of property (subject to NRS Chapter 120A) that belongs to a Nevada resident is considered a holder of unclaimed property and is required to report that property to the state. This includes holders of property in other states in possession of property owed to Nevada residents. Nevada holders must also report all property where the owners’ names and addresses are unknown. Any entity conducting business within the State of Nevada that has branches, divisions or other affiliates is responsible for filing on their behalf, for example, financial institutions, utility companies, business associations and legal entities.
If the answer to any of the following questions is "YES", your business or government agency has the potential for generating unclaimed property and you should be filing a report with the State of Nevada's Unclaimed Property Division:
Holder Reporting Deadline
Business entity reports and remittances, with the exception of insurance, must be received in our division prior to November 1 each year. The report will consist of all items considered abandoned as of June 30 of the preceding year.
Insurance entity reports and remittances must be received by our division prior to May 1 each year. The report will consist of all items considered abandoned as of December 31 of the preceding year.
For more information or general questions, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org