Nevada unclaimed money total is over $830 million in unclaimed cash and property. The state had a banner year in its last fiscal year as far as unclaimed money returned to its rightful owners. In fiscal year 2018 the state returned just under $44 million to over 28,000 individuals. The claims ranged from $929,000 to one cent according to a report. The average claim was nearly $1500, but almost half of it went to the top 200 individuals.
Nevada offers a searchable database for claiming missing money or funds. Simply put in your name and click search. Be sure to use our search strategies to get the best results. The claims provide names, property number, address, and dollar amount range. The results also show who reported the property as well as the type of unclaimed money each claim is.
Like most states, Nevada shares its database with MissingMoney.com. You can use this free website to search Nevada as well as most states in the US for unclaimed money. The major difference with Nevada’s MissingMoney.com search results is that when you find a claim there, it automatically adds your claim to the cart on the state website. This means once you search on missingmoney.com you don’t have to search again on Nevada’s site. Some states share the database, but ultimately you need to search on the state site, even if you find the results on the other site.
Phone: Toll Free-Nevada only: (800) 521-0019
Local: (702) 486-4140