As a precaution to protect the health of Kentucky State Treasury staff and those we serve, the Unclaimed Property Division is currently working by telecommuting. At this time, phone calls will be directed to a voicemail. We suggest using email by means of communication. You can email Unclaimed.firstname.lastname@example.org for any claims or questions regarding unclaimed property and someone will reply as soon as possible.
Our online database,
www.missingmoney.com, still permits patrons to search for unclaimed property and begin the claims process online. Thank you for your patience as we continue to diligently process unclaimed property claims while implementing these precautionary measures to help contain the spread of COVID-19.
Additionally, any Unclaimed Property Holders required to submit unclaimed property by May 1, 2020 that will be unable to report and remit unclaimed property by this deadline can request an extension by emailing this form to
email@example.com by April 15, 2020.
About Unclaimed Property
The Kentucky State Treasurer administers Kentucky’s Unclaimed Property Fund. Unclaimed property generally consists of payroll checks, unclaimed safety deposit boxes, old life insurance policies, stocks, or vendor checks that have remained unclaimed by their owners after several years. After a period of time, usually, 3 years, banks and other financial institutions turn over the unclaimed property to the Kentucky State Treasury. People can search for unclaimed property for deceased loved ones through the existing database to discover if they have any unclaimed assets or funds. The Unclaimed Property fund contains assets with a total value of nearly half a billion dollars. Those are assets are owned by Kentucky residents and Kentucky local government agencies.
Throughout the year, companies will mail letters of due diligence to potential owners of intangible property as required by Kentucky law. If you have received such correspondence, please contact the company directly to claim your funds. If funds are not claimed by the property owner within 60 days, the company will report them to the Kentucky State Treasury Unclaimed Property Division as an unclaimed property. You may check on www.missingmoney.com at any time to see if the Kentucky State Treasury Unclaimed Property Division is holding property associated with your name.
Unclaimed Property Division Mission Statement
The mission of the Unclaimed Property Division is to safeguard the unclaimed assets of Kentuckians, to work diligently to reunite owners with these assets, and to proudly serve the citizens of our great Commonwealth.
Unclaimed Property Privacy Statement
The Kentucky State Treasury takes the privacy and protection of personal information seriously. For more information about the laws regarding the protection of personal information obtained by the Unclaimed Property Division, please review KRS 393A.770 to 393A.830.
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