Indiana Unclaimed Money

Indiana unclaimed money
Indiana is holding over $530 million in unclaimed money and property

Indiana unclaimed money totals are more than $530 million in cash and property. Their website also has a live counter and as of Sept 2019 they have returned over $52 million this year to Hoosiers. The website is similar to most and offers lots of good information to help residents claim their missing money.

To search in Indiana simply put in your name and click search. The results show the name the account is under, property ID, and address. They also list who reported the property and the year it was reported. The amount is listed also, with the exact amount being held for anything under $100. Once you locate the money click claim and fill out all of the necessary information online. You may need to submit additional documentation if you are claiming for a deceased family member or if the claim is a significant amount.

Indiana also shares its database with If you are having issues locating properties on the state page, we suggest trying this site using our search strategies. You will be able to use common misspellings and first initials. MissingMoney will show all results, not just exact matches like the Indiana state page.

Indiana Unclaimed Money Outreach

Once unique fact about Indiana’s unclaimed property division is that it is under the state attorney general’s office, and not the treasurer. Most states have their division under the treasurer’s office but the Hoosier state considers this a consumer protection program which is under the attorney general of Indiana.

Last year representatives from the unclaimed property division visited all 92 counties in their outreach efforts. They were able to return more than $36 million to residents in Indiana. These outreach efforts are through local meetings and county fairs as well as other general outreach events.

Like some states, Indiana does have a time limit on how long it will hold unclaimed property. At this time any accounts that go unclaimed for more than 25 years become property of the state. These funds go into a general fund for now, but there is support to eventually give this money back to the taxpayers in some fashion.

Phone: Claims/Property: 1-866-462-5246
Reporting: 1-317-234-9768

Email: Claims/Property: