A Network of the National Association of State Treasurers
A Network of the National Association of State Treasurers

About the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators

NAST and NAUPA Relaunch MissingMoney.com

The new website powered by Kelmar provides a national database to search for unclaimed property

(November 1, 2022, Washington, DC) – Since 2000, the National Association of State Treasurers and the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators have worked to realize their goal of a true national database for unclaimed property. Each unclaimed property department maintains their own website to search, but MissingMoney.com is the only website endorsed by States and Provinces working together to create a national database to help reunite owners with their missing funds.

There are no advertisements found on MissingMoney.com, and there is no fee to search for property. The website also brings improvements, such as a new algorithm for better searches, and more records to search through. Currently, there are 48 departments and 211 million records available to search online in the same location.

“We’re very excited to continue the success of MissingMoney.com and realize our goal of a true national database for unclaimed property.”

Nebraska State Treasurer and NAUPA Senior Vice-President John Murante. Tweet

1 in 7 individuals have some form of unclaimed property waiting to be collected, whether it’s an inactive checking account, missed paycheck, utility refund, or some other forgotten funds. Though held by each state, owners have the right to reclaim their money in perpetuity. Individuals and businesses claim billions of dollars in unclaimed property each year. Americans are encouraged  to take a few minutes to search for any money or other valuables that have gone missing, whether you realize it or not. .

Search for free today by visiting MissingMoney.com now.

About NAUPA:The National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA) is comprised of the unclaimed property programs of all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, as well as several foreign jurisdictions. The organization’s objective is to facilitate collaboration and otherwise support program administrators in reuniting all unclaimed assets with rightful owners. NAUPA is an affiliate of the bi-partisan National Association of State Treasurers.

About NAST:The National Association of State Treasurers provides advocacy and support that enables member states to pursue and administer sound financial policies and programs benefiting the citizens of the nation. Membership is composed of all state treasurers or state finance officials with comparable responsibilities from the United States, its commonwealths, territories, and the District of Columbia as well as their staff. The private sector is represented through the Corporate Affiliate Program that was established to build professional relationships and foster cooperation between the public and private sectors. The association serves its members through educational conferences and webinars, a variety of working groups, policy advocacy, and publications that provide information about developments in public finance. For more information, visit www.nast.org.