Unclaimed Property

What is the mailing address?

Unclaimed Property Division
Michigan Department of Treasury
P.O. Box 30756
Lansing, MI 48909

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+ Holders

How do I request an extension? What do I do if I have nothing to report? Am I obligated to report and remit unclaimed property to other states? Why do companies, banks, and financial institutions have to turn over unclaimed funds to the State Treasurer? What happens if a company chooses not to report? Do you have a voluntary compliance program? I reported a property I shouldn't have, can I get it back? Can a holder reimburse a customer or reactivate a customer's account? What is the street address for shipments via courier? What forms do I need to file? What are my holder ID number and branch number? What are the cutoff dates for the 2014 report? Can Holders deduct fees & due diligence expenses? Can out-of-state addresses be included on Michigan's report? If I report an aggregate property, who is the owner and what is the last activity date? Do aggregate properties count against the 10 property limit for paper reporting? Is there a minimum amount that we are not required to report? I've created my NAUPA file but my computer cannot save to a disk or CD. What do I do if records are not available for certain property types or review periods? Why is there a penalty and interest assessment on unclaimed property audits? How is interest calculated? Why isn't interest included on the annual report forms? If past due unclaimed property is voluntarily reported and remitted, will my company be charged with penalties and interest? If selected for an audit and audit findings reveal past due unclaimed property, will penalty and interest be charged? Who must file an Unclaimed Property Annual Report? What must be reported? How do I report? When is due diligence required? I forgot to do my due diligence, do I hold my report until I get that done? Are wires/EFTs accepted? What is the reporting due date? How do I contact the department for a reporting question?

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