Unclaimed Property is any financial asset that has been abandoned (i.e., no contact between the holder and owner) for periods ranging from one to 15 years. Examples are wages, uncashed checks, refunds/rebates, bank accounts, etc. Excluded are real estate and usually physical property.

Each state has its own Unclaimed Property Filing Requirements, which are usually easy to find on the website of the State Comptroller.

In Texas the report period for property is March 2, through March 1, and the report and payment are due by July 1. The exception is life insurance, which has different dates that are given on the link below.

For more details and instructions for reporting unclaimed property in Texas see Reporting Guidelines Texas Unclaimed Property A Division of the Texas Comptroller .

To check if you have any unclaimed property in Texas due to you, see

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