- Associated Press - Friday, July 25, 2014

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The Nebraska state treasurer is reminding Nebraska businesses and organizations of the Nov. 1 deadline for remitting unclaimed property to the state.

Treasurer Don Stenberg says businesses and organizations must also submit unclaimed property reports by Nov. 1. A reporting form is available on the Treasurer’s website at www.treasurer.org.

The annual report covers the fiscal year that ended June 30. Reports this year can be submitted on CD or through UPExchange, a free web application for creating and submitting the reports.

State law requires a business or organization to file a report with the Unclaimed Property Division if the total value of the unclaimed property is greater than $10.

Examples of unclaimed property include health claim payments, dividends, life insurance proceeds, stocks, safety deposit boxes and unused gift certificates.

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