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Nebraska

Nebraska State Treasurer's Office
Unclaimed Property Divison
Director: Meaghan Aguirre, Unclaimed Property Coordinator
Office phone: (402) 471-8497
809 P Street Lincoln, NE 68508
Unclaimed Property website: https://treasurer.nebraska.gov/up/

Dormancy Periods

The following dormancy periods are listed in years, unless otherwise noted.

Savings: 5
Checking: 5
Non-bank Money Orders: 7
Certificates of Deposit: 5
Official Bank Checks/MO: 5
Safe Deposit Boxes: 5
Travelers Checks: 15
Life Insurance Matured: 5
Otherwise: 5
All: 5
Casualty: 5
Utility Deposits: 3
Utility Refunds: 3
Dividends: 5
Securities: 5
Debt (bonds): 5
Dissolution/Liquidation: 2
Fiduciaries: 5
Wages: 1
State Courts/Agencies: 3
Federal Courts/Agencies: No provision
Mineral Proceeds: 3
All Other Property: 5
IRA Keogh: 5
Gift Certificate: 3* The dormancy period for general-use prepaid cards is five years after the last transaction initiated by the card owner.
Credit Memos: 3
Vendor-Vendor Payments: 5
Aggregate Amount: 25

Reporting and Payment Due Dates

The following indicates the report and payment due dates for the various property types.

Report Due—Life Insurance: May 1
Report Due—All Others: November 1
Payment Due—Life Insurance: May 1
Payment Due—All Others: November 1
Exceptions:

Electronic Reporting Capability Schedule

The following indicates which types of reporting formats are accepted by this state.

Diskette: No
Tape: No
Cartridge: No
CD: No
NAUPA Format: Yes
Comments: All reports should be submitted online. Either through https://treasurer.nebraska.gov/up/holder-reporting/ or UPExchange

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