Annual reporting deadline for all Holders is NOVEMBER 1st. The reporting deadline for life insurance companies only is MAY 1st.
First Time Users
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Holder Reporting Manual
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Naupa Codes, Dormancy Periods, and Reporting Table
Indiana Unclaimed Property Statute and Rules
Negative (Zero) Reporting
NAUPA Codes for Property Owner Relationship Types view
Sample Due Diligence Form Letter view
Common Errors Troubleshooting Guide view
User Guide for Indiana Unclaimed Reporting Software view
Extension Request Form view
Under Indiana law, almost every business organization (and government body) is required to report and remit unclaimed property to the Indiana Attorney General's Unclaimed Property Division whenever the property owner cannot be found. Holders are businesses, organizations, and any other entity in possession of unclaimed property. Unclaimed assets are considered abandoned when the property has been inactive for one to fifteen (1-15) years (depending on property type), and attempts by the holder to contact the owner through the due diligence process have been unsuccessful. Businesses that fail to comply with the Unclaimed Property Act will be charged interest and are subject to additional penalties.