Nevada has more than $950 million in unclaimed property; How to check for, claim yours

Posted at 10:35 AM, Jan 28, 2022
and last updated 10:01 AM, Feb 01, 2022

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Officials say the state is holding more than $950 million in unclaimed property and are encouraging residents to search for and claim theirs.

How to search for unclaimed property

Nevadans can search their name, a maiden name or the name of their business or nonprofit for free at

Unclaimed property is any financial asset with no activity by its owner for a certain period of time, generally three years.

This includes bank accounts, un-cashed payroll checks, insurance checks, traveler’s checks, utility deposits, gift certificates, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, dividends, insurance policy benefits, or claim payments, safe deposit box contents, oil and gas royalties, court deposits, and much more.

“Since I took office, we have returned over $128 million in unclaimed property back to Nevadans,” said Treasurer Zach Conine in a press release.

“Our team works diligently every day to reunite Nevadans with their unclaimed property. We encourage everyone to visit our website to see if we’re holding onto any unclaimed property which is owed to them.”

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