Unclaimed Property Reporting Information

Florida Unclaimed Property Reporting and Remitting requirements are provided in Chapter 717, Florida Statutes and Chapter 69I-20, Florida Administrative Code, If you are searching for unclaimed property click here.

Report Filing Deadline - Annual Reports and remittances are due no later than May 02, 2016 for property that reached its dormancy period in 2015.


Late reports, including prior years, are subject to penalties pursuant to Chapter 717, Florida Statutes.

You may file online or by mail. We encourage you to try our secure online application

Online Filing
Filing By Mail
Payment Remittance
Other Information

Review the Reporting Instructions Manual before preparing and submitting the unclaimed property report and remittance.

Preparing Unclaimed Property Report

A report identifying 25 or more properties must be in the required NAUPA Standard Format for electronic filing. A report identifying fewer than 25 properties may be submitted using the Department's reporting forms found under Filing by Mail

Electronic Reporting Software and Instructions is free NAUPA endorsed software that will create the electronic report in the required NAUPA Standard Format.

Submitting Your Reports(s)
After preparing your report, you may submit the report with remittance either by mail or online. Emailing your report is not acceptable.

Before submitting online, you must register to file online and also have a Florida assigned Unclaimed Property Identification Number.

Florida Assigned Unclaimed Property Identification Number

If you have not been provided an Unclaimed Property Identification Number, or if you do not know your Unclaimed Property Identification Number, click here.

Holder Education Workshops/Seminars Information on holder education workshops and seminars

Payment/remittance is due when you submit your report, regardless of whether you submit by mail or online.

Financial Institution Safe Deposit Box Reporting

Important Changes to the Unclaimed Property Statute.
Please review the changes here before filing your Unclaimed Property report.