New UP Holder Reporting Method Now Available
A new holder reporting method is now available on the Nebraska State Treasurer’s website. Our goal is to simplify the reporting process. Holders are now able to create profiles, load records, and submit reports without leaving our website. Holders have the option to manually enter property and owner information or to use an Excel template to upload records. Once records are loaded, the holder can easily edit or delete properties until ready to submit the report. After a report is submitted, it is archived on the holder’s profile for future reference. Holders no longer need to use a third party program to create their report files and submit them to the Nebraska Unclaimed Property Division.
For holders who have used HRS Pro or UPExchange to create their reports in the past, both options are still available. However, our office is not providing support to users of either program. Also, UPExchange now charges a fee to use its reporting website. For these reasons, the Nebraska State Treasurer’s website is the recommended reporting method for Nebraska holders.
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  • $170 million in Nebraska unclaimed property
  • 350,000 names of people, businesses, and organizations in our database of property owners
  • $12,482,662 paid out so far in 2016
  • 15,589 claims paid so far in 2016
Thank You
  • November 10, 2016
    Thank you for creating your own online report (for holders). So much easier!
    Sue Graveline
    Grandmother's Inc. (Don & Millie's)
  • Dear Ginny,November 10, 2016
    Thank you! I had no idea this thing was floating around. I thought I had found all of Phyllis's assets, but no.
    Paul Bryan - Farwell, Minnesota
  • Dear Ginny,September 20, 2016
    May the outstretched love you have shown me come back to you a thousand fold.
    Dorothea Hartford - Roswell, Georgia
  • Mary,July 18, 2016
    Thank you for all of your help on these claims. You have been very kind, helpful and patient in your assistance.
    Karen Rech - Jacksonville, Florida
  • Dear State Treasurer's Office:June 27, 2016
    Thank you for your program to notify and assist in the return of unclaimed property. It is a wonderful thing to do for those who live and work in Nebraska.
    Merle Nordyke - Ogallala, Nebraska
  • Dear Marilyn,June 13, 2016
    Wow! It (unclaimed property) will be a blessing. Thank you for all your hard work. Michelyn Christiansen
    Carman Cartage Co. Inc. - Bethany, Oklahoma
  • Hello, Ginny,May 6, 2016
    I would like to let you know that I have received the money. I cannot thank you enough for your help and kindness. To tell you the truth, when I received a letter from you two months ago, I thought it was some kind of scam at first. But I am happy I was wrong. Your support and kindness made me trust you. I will never forget all you did for me. I thank you from the bottom of my heart.
    Takayuki Oiki - Kawasaki, Japan
  • Maria,May 25, 2016
    Thanks for the speedy service, I received the check yesterday. If you or your boss is looking for feedback, I like the fact that Nebraska is on board with using technology. E-mailing me and having me just send scanned documents to you was really great. I am in the process of recovering some of Phyllis's property in Missouri, and it is a slow process that involves regular mail, and that's it. Thanks again.
    Lee Hilliard - O’Fallon, Missouri
  • Kim,May 25, 2016
    Thank you very much for all your help with the unclaimed property of Allen Phillips. You did an amazing job. I received a check that was a great surprise. You are excellent at your job, and the State of Nebraska is fortunate to have such a great employee. Makes me proud to be a Nebraskan and to have such great people looking out for us. HAVE A GREAT DAY AND AGAIN, THANK YOU.
    Sharon Karr - McCook, Nebraska
  • Mary,April 22, 2016
    Just a note of thanks and appreciation for your help and kindness. Have recovered all. Thank you so very much.
    Hildegard Herzfeldt - Omaha, Nebraska
    Note: Claims specialist Mary Jones was able to work with the bank to reinstate Hildegard’s account without Hildegard, 85, having to sign any papers or leave her home.
  • Thank you very much, Mary.January 26, 2016
    Obviously we appreciate receiving the unclaimed property, but I wanted to commend your professional assistance with this matter. You were helpful and pleasant, and I greatly enjoyed the opportunity to work with you.
    Sharon Rasmussen - Omaha, Nebraska

The Unclaimed Property Division is a repository for money and other personal assets considered lost or abandoned. Unclaimed property includes:

  • certificates of deposit
  • checking and savings accounts
  • commissions
  • contents of safe deposit boxes
  • death benefits
  • dividends
  • gift certificates
  • insurance payments
  • money orders
  • paid-up life insurance
  • refunds
  • stocks
  • uncashed checks
  • unpaid wages

One in five Nebraskans has unclaimed property. Please use the search box above to see if you do.

You can also check to see if you have unclaimed property by calling 402-471-8497 or 877-572-9688 (toll-free).

State Treasurer Don Stenberg Says Unclaimed Property Is ‘the Real Deal’

Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg says unclaimed property is “the real deal” as he explains that the Treasurer’s Office returned $11.7 million in 2014 to Nebraskans, former Nebraskans, and heirs. In an interview in the Nebraska Capitol, Stenberg tells about the surprise and joy that come with the return of unclaimed property, and he discusses the benefits Nebraskans received as a result of nationwide audits of life insurance companies. The audits were conducted by various states with the assistance of a third-party auditor, Verus Financial LLC of Waterbury, CT.

Treasurer Stenberg Returns Unclaimed Property to Secretary of State Gale

Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale stopped by the State Treasurer's Office August 21 to pick up a check for $50 that the State Treasurer received from First Westroads Bank of Omaha as unclaimed property.

The property, a cashier's check written on First Westroads Bank in 2002, was turned over to the state in 2010.

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