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Unclaimed Property

Sometimes Minnesotans lose financial property because of a change of address, death, or forgetfulness. What happens to these forgotten funds? The Commerce Department is responsible for holding unclaimed property until the rightful owner or heir is found.

 
 


  • What We Do

    Unclaimed Property Unit is responsible for holding the abandoned or unclaimed funds or property until the rightful owner or heir is found.

  • Claimants

    Find information unclaimed property, learn what you need to file a claim, and how the approval process works.

  • Find Unclaimed Property

    How to file a claim or search unclaimed property owner's database.

  • Holders

    Learn how to report your unclaimed property to the State of Minnesota.

  • Voluntary Disclosure Program

    As an ongoing effort to promote compliance, a Voluntary Disclosure Program has been established.


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FAQs

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Find answers to your questions regarding the claims process, dormancy periods, finders and property locators, and much more.

 
 
 

Resources

 
Pension Guarantee Benefit Fund | Unclaimed retirement accounts from discontinued plans
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) | Unclaimed accounts from failed banks
National Credoit Union Administration | Unclaimed accounts from liquidated credit unions
 
 

Contact Us

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Have questions, comments or concerns? Contact Minnesota Department of Commerce, Unclaimed Property Unit.

1-800-925-5668 (MN only)
651-539-1545
651-539-0101 FAX

unclaimed.property@state.mn.us  (for claims questions)
holder.unclaimed@state.mn.us (for holder questions)

 
 

Online Reporting

On September 1st, the Minnesota Department of Commerce, in partnership with Xerox (ACS), released an online holder reporting function to aid holders of unclaimed property in reporting their property to the Department. This piece will allow holders to track filings over time and allows for more efficient loading of reports by Unclaimed Property staff. Electronic filing is now available via UPExchange as well.