Each year, millions of dollars in unclaimed property are turned over to my office for safekeeping when financial institutions and businesses are unable to locate the owners of the abandoned funds. Examples of unclaimed property include checking and savings accounts, uncashed checks, stocks, bonds, insurance benefits, utility security deposits or even valuables from safe deposit boxes. Search to see if any belong to you at GreatIowaTreasureHunt.gov. It’s easy and free!
Fact Sheet: See the astonishing statistics the Great Iowa Treasure Hunt has to offer, including how much has been returned and how much is waiting to be claimed.
Vital Statistics (PDF): Download and complete this document to provide guidance and direction to your loved ones on the handling of your assets to prevent them from becoming unclaimed property.
Program Speaker Request: Request a speaker for your event to discuss all things unclaimed property.
Interactive Map: See unclaimed property stats for every county in Iowa, including how much is available to claim and how much has already been returned.
NAUPA: Search the national database of unclaimed property, offered through the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA), to see if you have unclaimed property in other states.
NAUPA Tips: Help prevent your property from being unclaimed by following these tips from NAUPA.
Reporting Unclaimed Property
If you are a business or organization looking to report unclaimed property to the State of Iowa, visit our Reporting Overview page on GreatIowaTreasureHunt.gov. Below are some additional resources for reporting property. Reporting FAQs
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