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Nevada

Nevada State Treasurer's Office
Unclaimed Property Division
Director: Linda Tobin, CPA, CPM, Deputy Treasurer for Unclaimed Property
Office phone: (702) 486-4140
555 E Washington Avenue Suite 4200 Las Vegas, NV 89101

Dormancy Periods

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

Savings: 3
Checking: 3
Non-bank Money Orders: 7
Certificates of Deposit: 3
Official Bank Checks/MO: 3
Safe Deposit Boxes: 3
Travelers Checks: 15
Life Insurance Matured: 3
Otherwise: 3
All: 3
Casualty: 3
Utility Deposits: 1
Utility Refunds: 3
Dividends: 3
Securities: 3
Debt (bonds): 3
Dissolution/Liquidation: 1
Fiduciaries: 3
Wages: 1
State Courts/Agencies: 3
Federal Courts/Agencies: 3
Mineral Proceeds: 3
All Other Property: 3
IRA Keogh: 3
Gift Certificate: 3
Credit Memos: 3
Vendor-Vendor Payments: 3
Aggregate Amount: 50

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* All insurance corporations
Report Due—All Others: November 1
Payment Due—Life Insurance: May 1* All insurance corporations
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: Yes
Tape:
Cartridge:
CD:
NAUPA Format: Yes
Comments: Administrator may require a person reporting 15 or more items of property pursuant to this section to file the report on diskette in lieu of on paper.

Information contained in the NAUPA QRP States Unclaimed Property Monitoring Service is for informational and reference purposes only. This information may not be copied or reproduced in any capacity without the express written consent of the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators®. Liability arising from the reliance on any information contained in the material presented, which may prove to be inaccurate or incomplete, is specifically disclaimed. Contact each state unclaimed property agency for verification should a question or concern arise.