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Alaska has millions in unclaimed assets, mostly from dormant accounts in financial institutions, insurance and utility companies, safe deposit boxes and trust holdings. This includes inactive bank accounts, unclaimed securities, unused gift certificates, abandoned safe deposit boxes, jewelry, rare coins and stamps. Each year, many millions are claimed by people like you.

Search the official Alaska Unclaimed Property online database by entering your personal name or your business name. You may also want to search using maiden names or common misspellings of your name. If your name matches something in the database, the system will display it, and you can click on a link to request a claim form.

The official database does not always contain all abandoned property accounts. Unclaimed property reports are filed throughout the year, and accounts are posted to the database weekly. Return to this site often to search for unclaimed property.

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Amnesty (Alaska Unclaimed Property)

No current information. Click on this link to sign up for our newsletter with the latest status reports and changes.

http://www.cpaide.com/cgi-bin/mod-perl/links/subscribe.cgi

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Contact Information (Alaska Unclaimed Property)

Complete Alaska unclaimed property contact information, including email and postal addresses, phone and fax numbers, and names of Alaska unclaimed property personnel.

http://www.revenue.state.ak.us/Treasury/UCP/contact.asp

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FAQs (Alaska Unclaimed Property)

Alaska's Unclaimed Property Act (AS 34.45) requires businesses (profit and non-profit) and governmental agencies to file unclaimed property reports with the Department of Revenue. However, a negative or zero report is not required in Alaska if a business or governmental agency has no unclaimed property.

http://www.tax.alaska.gov/programs/programs/help/faq/faq.aspx?23050

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Finders (Alaska Unclaimed Property)

There are no special requirements or licenses needed in the State of Alaska. (Some states require bonding and an investigator license.)

http://www.tax.state.ak.us/programs/UnclaimedProperty/finder.asp

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Forms (Alaska Unclaimed Property)

Reports with 20 or more properties must be processed with electronic reporting software and submitted on a disc or CD. Magnetic tapes are not accepted.

http://www.tax.state.ak.us/programs/UnclaimedProperty/forms.asp

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Holders (Alaska Unclaimed Property)

Alaska's Unclaimed Property Act requires all businesses and government agencies to file an unclaimed property report with the Department of Revenue.

http://www.tax.state.ak.us/programs/UnclaimedProperty/reporting.asp

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Official Web Site (Alaska Unclaimed Property)

Have you ever wondered what happens to bank accounts that are never closed but have been inactive for several years? Did you receive your last paycheck from your summer job 10 years ago? Have you received and cashed all medical insurance reimbursements throughout the years? Read on to find out if you have unclaimed property somewhere in Alaska.

http://www.tax.state.ak.us/unclaimedproperty/

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