Claiming and reporting unclaimed property are two essential components of the overall cycle to ultimately return your unclaimed property to you
All citizens can search for free on ClaimItTn.gov to find and claim their unclaimed property. Businesses must report unclaimed property each year to allow the Division of Unclaimed Property to attempt to return it to its owners.
Phase 1: Property is identified as unclaimed when businesses are not able to locate the owner(Reporting)
Phase 2: By law, businesses are required to report the unclaimed property to the Tennessee Treasury(Reporting)
Phase 3: Citizens can search for and claim their unclaimed property for free(Claiming)
Learn more about unclaimed property
The Division of Unclaimed Property provides education and resources to help a) citizens easily claim their unclaimed property, and b) businesses perform due diligence and report unclaimed property to meet statutory requirements.
Once unclaimed property has been reported to the Division, it becomes available for searching and claiming on our website, ClaimItTN.gov. Searching for your unclaimed property is a free service of the Tennessee Department of Treasury.
Find your missing money on ClaimItTN.gov
By law, businesses in Tennessee holding unclaimed property are required to perform due diligence and report unclaimed property. The Division of Unclaimed Property serves as a partner and trusted resource to help Tennessee businesses meet statutory requirements and successfully report their unclaimed property each year.
Discover ReportItTN.gov for Reporting Resources
What is Unclaimed Property?
Ways We Notify You
Claiming vs. Reporting
Have questions about the Unclaimed Property program? We're here to help!
Unclaimed Property Division—Claims
Nashville, TN 37219-0693
Courier Delivery OnlyState of TennesseeUnclaimed Property DivisionAndrew Jackson State Office Building15th Floor502 Deaderick StreetNashville, TN 37243-0203