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Kentucky Unclaimed Property

Kentucky Unclaimed Property includes personal property or financial assets, which have been turned over to the state by the holders after a certain period of time. In the state of Kentucky, this period of time is usually 3 years. Today, the Kentucky State Treasury holds approximately $150 million worth of unclaimed property, which it is trying to return to over 200,000 rightful owners. There is a specific Unclaimed Property Division under the State Treasury, which has developed several resources for the people of the state to find their lost properties in Kentucky.

Kentucky Unclaimed Properties

Kentucky Unclaimed Property Program was first started in 1942, however the responsibility to maintain unclaimed property funds was transferred to Kentucky State Treasury in 1994. KY Unclaimed Property may include dormant savings accounts, dormant checking accounts, credit balances, dividends, unclaimed wages and also contents of safe deposit boxes, such as jewelry or rare coins.

KY Unclaimed Property Search

To enable a statewide search of abandoned property in the state of Kentucky , the State Treasury provides search tools on its official website. The department has a comprehensive database of unclaimed property, funds and money, which is updated quite frequently. Moreover, you can conduct Kentucky Unclaimed Property Search free of charge and can also call the Treasury Office to know if you or any of your relatives is among those who are owed unclaimed property in Kentucky.

In case you have unclaimed funds or money in other states, there is a national database of unclaimed property, which is endorsed by National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA) and promoted by many states. The state of Kentucky also participates in this database, which is available at website

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