COVID-19 Changes to State Deadlines

Due to the Coronavirus and the unique operational challenges facing holders at this time, several states have issued statements related to extensions for reporting deadlines. We have compiled these statements below and will continue to update this information on a regular basis.

For the enhanced version of the below information including state extension procedures visit the Keane Compliance Portal. If you do not have access to the Keane Compliance Portal but want access please contact us via online form or e-mail questions@keaneup.com.

Last Updated: 5/4/2020, Keane will update as additional information, updates and details are available.

StateState Deadline Spring 2020Deadline Extension for COVID-19Office Status
AB4/29/2020 (All Holders)
AK10/31/2020 (All Holders)Per email from state to UPPO:
Due Diligence: Alaska will work with holders on all due diligence matters, including extensions.

Foreign Owner Due Diligence: in response to UPPO question: The U.S. Postal Service is temporarily suspending service to a long list of countries. This is particularly concerning for the securities industry if they are unable to send due diligence letters to foreign property holders and the potential of unnecessary escheatment as a result. What guidance is available from states about how to handle this issue? Alaska: An email notification will suffice. If not available, file an extension and hold off until due diligence can be completed.

Safe Deposit Boxes: Alaska will gladly extend the filing and remittance dates for safe deposit property.
AR4/30/20 (Life Insurance)
AZ4/30/20 (Life Insurance)
CA4/30/20 (Life Insurance)Due to the COVID-19 pandemic Controller Yee has postponed the final unclaimed property Remit Report and remittance due date, as authorized under Code of Civil Procedure section 1532. This extension results in the following:
The June 1 - 15 period for holders to submit their reports and remittances for properties reported on 2019 Notice Reports is extended from June 1, 2020, to August 15, 2020.

Holders or agents of holders who are able to submit their Remit Reports and remittances during the original reporting period are encouraged to do so. The Unclaimed Property Division continues to process unclaimed property reports and claims.

If you have any questions, contact the Outreach and Compliance Unit at updholderoutreach@sco.ca.gov.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Controller Yee postponed the unclaimed property reporting deadlines for life insurance holders, as authorized under Code of Civil Procedure sections 1530 and 1532. This extension results in the following:
Life Insurance Corporation Notice Reports
The final filing date for life insurance corporations to submit their Holder Notice Reports is postponed from April 30, 2020 to June 30, 2020.
Life Insurance Corporation Remit Reports and Remittances
The 2020 Holder Remit Reports and Remittances for life insurance corporations will be due February 1 – 15, 2021.
Holders or agents of holders who have the ability to submit their Notice Reports by the original April 30, 2020 due date may proceed. The Unclaimed Property Division continues to process unclaimed property reports and claims.
If you have any questions, contact the Outreach and Compliance Unit at updholderoutreach@sco.ca.gov.
The State Controller’s Office staff take the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously, understanding that people may have concerns about potential interruptions in government services. While the State Controller’s team is adjusting workplace procedures in alignment with federal, state, and local directives including the Governor’s emergency declaration and guidelines from state public health officials, the State Controller’s Office continues to be fully operational at this time. Dedicated staff are maintaining critical state operations including:
Performing state government accounting, reporting, and auditing functions;
Producing payments from the State Treasury including state payroll, retirement rolls, Medi-Cal, personal income tax refunds, and payments to vendors, local governments, and schools;
Processing payroll and leave accounting for state employees, state court employees, and California State University employees; and much more.
CAMailing Fall 2020 - 4/30/2020The State Controller’s Office staff take the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously, understanding that people may have concerns about potential interruptions in government services. While the State Controller’s team is adjusting workplace procedures in alignment with federal, state, and local directives including the Governor’s emergency declaration and guidelines from state public health officials, the State Controller’s Office continues to be fully operational at this time. Dedicated staff are maintaining critical state operations including:
Performing state government accounting, reporting, and auditing functions;
Producing payments from the State Treasury including state payroll, retirement rolls, Medi-Cal, personal income tax refunds, and payments to vendors, local governments, and schools;
Processing payroll and leave accounting for state employees, state court employees, and California State University employees; and much more.
CO4/30/2020 (Life InsuranceURGENT- We will not be accepting calls due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). We will be responding to all inquiries via email. For individual claimants, please email us at: GreatCOPayback@state.co.us
For Holders (companies reporting Unclaimed Property funds), please email us at: Holders@state.co.us
In addition, no appointments/visitors are being accepted. We appreciate your patience in this matter.
(If you do not have access to email, please leave a message at 303-866-6070. Please understand that all callbacks will be delayed.)
CT3/30/2020 (All Holders)Will accept extension requests until 3/29. Will waive the notary requirement for this cycle only. (Per email from C. Kristoff dated 3/19/2020).
DC4/30/2020 (Life Insurance)Holders must file their reports through the Web Portal. Requests for extensions should be emailed to: dcunclaimed.property@dc.gov.

Per email from state to UPPO:
Reporting deadlines: D.C. has been granting extensions to holders during the pandemic for current reporting cycle. We have received and granted more than 60 requests for extensions from holders for the current period.

Due Diligence: We will consider and plan to approve extensions for holders who couldn’t meet the due diligence requirements during the current stay-at-home guidelines imposed by most states. We do understand that this will prolong the reporting process and that holders will subsequently need an extension for the fall reporting cycle.

Foreign Property Owner Due Diligence: D.C. will most likely approve extensions to report property of owners with foreign address. Holders should seek permission to exclude properties that have foreign address on record. When postal restrictions are lifted and enough time has passed for due diligence to be performed those properties still found to be dormant can be reported on a subsequent report.

Safe Deposit Boxes: D.C. will allow holders of safe deposit boxes to file extensions for the reporting periods that were impacted during the crisis.
The District of Columbia Unclaimed Property Office will be operating remotely from 3/16/2020 through 04/27/2020.
Although we are operating remotely, the Unclaimed Property operations are functioning! You can reach us either by phone at (202) 442-8181 or through email at dcunclaimed.property@dc.gov.
Mayor Bowser Extends Public Health Emergency, Stay at Home Order, and Closure of Non-Essential Businesses Through May 15
DE3/1/2020 (Corporate, Mutual Funds and Brokerage)Delaware’s spring reporting deadline for most holders (excluding insurance companies and banking organizations) was March 1, 2020. OUP understands that holder business operations are likely to be impacted by the coronavirus. Holders are encouraged to file their annual reports and remit payment and securities as soon as feasible. Those holders who require an extension for filing their annual report will be granted a 30-day extension upon written request to Escheat.holderquestions@delaware.gov. (per NAUPA website)
Holders may continue to submit annual reports via our website. Technical information concerning holder reporting, including payment by wire or ACH, is available in the Holder Reporting Handbook. Questions regarding holder reporting and extension requests may be sent by email to Escheat.holderquestions@delaware.gov.

We will respond to all inquiries as soon as possible. Please refrain from sending multiple messages, as this will only slow response times.
DE SOS VDA Program: Delaware is extending current enrollment deadlines based on the current pandemic due to stay at home orders, lack of access to mail, etc. DE will be updating the information on their website in the next few days with exact information.
The Delaware Office of Unclaimed Property (OUP) remains open. Effective Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 8:00am, OUP is no longer taking claimant walk-in appointments or accepting public drop-off of claimant documentation. Claimant assistance is available by calling (855) 505-7520, by email at escheat.claimquestions@delaware.gov, or here on our website. For existing claims, supporting documents should be submitted via the website at https://unclaimedproperty.delaware.gov/app/claim-doc-upload or mailed to:

Delaware Department of Finance
Office of Unclaimed Property
PO Box 8931
Wilmington, DE 19899-8931
FL4/30/2020 (All Holders)Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are not available to assist you at this time. To see if you have unclaimed property, please click on the START YOUR SEARCH icon and the website will allow you to search the database of accounts and initiate a claims process. If you have questions related to a claim or holder reporting, please email us using the below Contact Us link. https://www.fltreasurehunt.gov/UP-Web/sitePages/contactus.jsp You should receive a response in 3 to 5 business days.
GA4/30/2020 (Life and Non-Life Insurance)Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, DOR is temporarily suspending in-person services effective Monday, March 23, 2020. Taxpayers can conduct all business with the Department via online services, telephone, or designated secure lockbox locations.
IL4/30/2020 (Corporate, Life Insurance, Mutual Funds and Brokerage)The Illinois State Treasurer’s Office, Unclaimed Property Division understands that businesses are likely to be impacted by COVID-19 and subsequent business interruptions. A 30-day extension will be automatically granted to all annual reports due by April 30, 2020 for requests submitted via email to up_report@illinoistreasurer.gov. Additionally, interest and late-filing penalties will be waived for up to 60 days after the end of the emergency declaration in Illinois
***UPDATE***

***A further extension to June 30, 2020 will be granted automatically based on extended stay at home orders. If you requested via email and were granted the 30-day extension you will need to send another request to be granted the extension to June 30, 2020.***
The Illinois State Treasurer’s Office is working with a reduced staff to do our part to encourage social distancing in response to COVID-19. Our employees are affected by school closings and COVID-19 just like other organizations in the public and private sector.

As a result, while claims may still be filed online, we will not have the staff to process new claims that require staff review or assistance. Please note that claims already received will require longer times to process because of our staffing levels.
IN4/30/2020 (Life Insurance)Per email from state to UPPO:
Reporting Deadline: Indiana does not have any plans to grant automatic extensions. Holders may still file an extension with our office per the instructions on our website.

Due Diligence: Indiana is not considering due diligence extensions, but we will consider this as a reason for a holder to file a reporting extension request for the November reporting season.

Foreign Property Owner Due Diligence: Indiana will consider this as a reason for a holder to file a reporting extension request for the November reporting season (The U.S. Postal Service is temporarily suspending service to a long list of countries. This is particularly concerning for the securities industry if they are unable to send due diligence letters to foreign property holders and the potential of unnecessary escheatment as a result).

Safe Deposit Guidance: Indiana will consider this as a reason for a holder to file a reporting extension request for the November reporting season (that Financial institutions that also have tangible items to report (safe deposit box contents) have reported difficulties obtaining access to those areas maintaining a safe distance and many bank offices are closed).

Per Website: The Indiana Office of the Attorney General Unclaimed Property Division understands that businesses are likely to be impacted by COVID-19 and subsequent business interruptions etc. As a reminder, Holders are able to file an extension with our office 30 days prior to the reporting deadline. Please go to Reporting Property then Reporting Guidelines.
Due the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, Indiana’s Unclaimed Property Division has instituted several new procedures to help protect our employees. Please be advised that while all critical functions of the office are being fulfilled, there may be a delay in some services including the processing and payment of unclaimed property claims. We appreciate your patience as we navigate this very complex issue with the rest of our state and country.
KS4/30/2020 (Life Insurance)The Kansas State Treasurer’s Office understands there will be interruptions to businesses due to the impact of COVID-19. Holders requesting an extension for the May 1st deadline should fill out the extension request form and may email to KSHolder@treasurer.ks.gov or fax to 785-291-3172. All extension requests will be approved, however the STO signed copy of your request will not be sent for at least two weeks. We appreciate your patience. Attention: The Unclaimed Property division of the STO will offer limited services for the next two weeks. Kansans can continue to search for unclaimed property via the STO website www.kansascash.ks.gov where many claim requests can be submitted online. Claim packets can also be requested via email or postal mail. However, claim processing and payments will be delayed.
KY4/30/2020 (Life and Non-Life Insurance)Additionally, any Unclaimed Property Holders required to submit unclaimed property by May 1, 2020 that will be unable to report and remit unclaimed property by this deadline can request an extension by emailing this form to lferguson@ky.gov by April 15, 2020.”As a precaution to protect the health of Kentucky State Treasury staff and those we serve, the Unclaimed Property Division is currently closed to in-person visitors. Our online database, www.missingmoney.com, still permits patrons to search for unclaimed property and begin the claims process online. Patrons can also contact the Unclaimed Property Division toll-free with any questions by calling (800) 465-4722. Thank you for your patience as we continue to diligently process unclaimed property claims while implementing these precautionary measures to help contain the spread of COVID-19.
MA5/1/2020 (Life Insurance)The Division is granting a 2 month extension on its Spring reporting deadlines for Life Insurance and Tangible Property. Holders do not need to request a waiver as this is a policy that has been adopted for this year only. (per NAUPA website) At the direction of Treasurer Goldberg, in order to respond to the impact of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and to ensure the safety and well-being of our staff and the public, the Unclaimed Property Division will be modifying its available onsite workforce and requiring staff to work remotely. Effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020, the division’s call center is closed until further notice and the office will not be open for in-person assistance.
MD4/30/2020 (Life and Non-Life Insurance)The deadline for insurance companies to report and remit unclaimed property for 2019 has been extended to July 31, 2020.
ME4/30/2020 (Life Insurance and Gift Cards)Due to the recent concerns with COVID-19 and the guidance from the Governor, the Treasurer's Office will be suspending any 'in-person' meetings regarding claim processing. For questions or issues related to your claim, please email up.claimstatus@maine.gov anytime or call (207) 624-7470 Monday through Friday between 10am and 4pm.
MI7/1/2020 (All Holders)Per email from state to UPPO:
Reporting Deadline: Michigan is considering individual extensions as they are requested. If an extension is granted, it will be for 60 days, making the due date Sept. 1.

Due Diligence: Michigan is considering individual extensions as they are requested. If an extension is granted, it will be for 60 days, making the due date Sept. 1. Due diligence should be performed by July 1 for holders with extensions.

Foreign Property Owner Due Diligence: The due diligence letter should be mailed as soon as U.S. Postal Service restrictions are lifted. Proceed with the regular reporting process. It is advisable to include in the letter that, if a response is not received, the property will be reported to Michigan on *date* and provide Michigan Unclaimed Property’s website address. This will assist them in locating their property and establishing a claim, if the letter is late in getting to them.
To combat the potential spread of Covid-19, Michigan Unclaimed Property staff will be working remotely for the foreseeable future. As a result of their telework, the Unclaimed Property call center will be closed, until further notice. Please check back on this site for additional information and updates on when the call center may be operational.

Claims filed online with MI Unclaimed Property will continue through the review and approval process, but please note, there may be delays in our ability to fully-approve claims given we are working remotely. To check the status of a previously-filed claim, enter your "claim ID number" in the "Check Claim Status" box.
MO4/30/2020 (Life Insurance)ATTENTION: The Missouri State Treasurer's Office understands that businesses are likely to be impacted by COVID-19 and subsequent business interruptions etc. Because of this, holders that require an extension for reporting unclaimed property will be granted a 30-day extension when requested in writing. Holders needing more than 30 days, but not exceeding 90 days, should put the additional time requested in writing. Please reach out to UCP@treasurer.mo.gov with written requests or with any questions. Due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19, the Missouri State Treasurer’s Office has instituted a work-from-home policy for most employees. Please be advised that while all critical functions of the office are being fulfilled, due to the volume, there may be a delay in some services including the processing and payment of unclaimed property claims.
MT4/30/2020 (Life Insurance)The Department of Revenue is closed to the public. The Department of Revenue is continuing to provide all services to the public, including processing tax returns. We will continue to provide updates as they become available. Please check back often, or subscribe to receive notifications.
NC4/30/2020 (Life Insurance)Due to the challenges businesses are facing as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, North Carolina has extended its deadline for life insurance companies to file Unclaimed Property Holder Reports until June 1, 2020. No Extension Request Form is required for this extension.
ND5/1/2020 (Life Insurance)
NE4/30/2020 (Life Insurance)The Nebraska State Treasurer’s Office recognizes that business operations have been impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis. Life Insurance holders who are unable to submit their report by May 1st should document their extension request through the following link. Extension requests of up to 90 days will be allowed. https://treasurer.nebraska.gov/up/holder-reporting/request-extension.aspxDue to the COVID19 Health Crisis, the Unclaimed Property Division offices are closed to the public. We are available by phone at 402-471-8497 or 877-572-9688 and will continue to process claims mailed into the Lincoln office or filed online during this time.
NH4/30/2020 (Life and Non-Life Insurance)Deadline: Per email from state to UPPO:
Reporting Deadline: No blanket extensions but will grant any extensions received. New Hampshire will not assess penalties or interest so long as good faith effort is made.

Report Notarization Waivers: If uploading through state's portal, New Hampshire is not requiring notary. New Hampshire's governor issued an order that notaries do not have to be in person.

Due Diligence: If holders can't do due diligence, New Hampshire will allow a reasonable time to finish due diligence.

Foreign Property Owner Due Diligence: New Hampshire will provide reasonable time after things are “back to normal.”
Until Further Notice, the New Hampshire State Treasury’s Abandoned Property Division will no longer host walk-up inquiries or claim filings due to the COVID-19 breakout.

Our office remains staffed. If you need assistance with filing a claim, please use these options:

Call the Division at 603 271 2619, or in state toll free at 800 791 0920.

During this period, all completed claim forms should be mailed to:
State of New Hampshire Treasury
Abandoned Property Division
25 Capitol St. Room 205
Concord, NH 03301-6312
NJ4/30/2020 (Life Insurance)REPORTING ANNOUNCEMENT: To accommodate those affected by COVID-19, the Unclaimed Property Administration will be automatically extending the 2020 Life Insurance reporting deadline to June 30, 2020. There is no need for Holders to file an extension.

Claim Documentation Announcement:
Anyone submitting documentation in support of an unclaimed property claim should email these documents to our document submission email account: upadocs@treas.nj.gov Please include your last name and claim ID in the email subject heading.

Technical Announcement:
Due to system upgrades, the current UPA Online Holder Reporting application will be taken offline on Friday, May 15, 2020. The current online Property Search and Claim Submission application will be taken offline on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. New versions of both applications will be introduced on Monday, June 1, 2020.
NM4/30/2020 (Life Insurance)All Tax and Revenue District offices are currently open on an appointment-only basis as part of the State's efforts to limit in-person contact in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency.
NV4/30/2020 (Life and Non-Life Insurance)Given the effects of COVID-19 on individuals and business across the county, Treasurer Conine is granting a blanket extension to all insurance companies. Insurance company reports (for this year only) will now be due prior to June 1, 2020. Reports submitted prior to June 1 will be accepted and not be subject to penalties or interest. Insurance companies that are able to submit reports within the regular filing period (prior to May 1) are encouraged to do so. The Unclaimed Property Division is committed to expediting the processing of reports, so properties are available to Nevadans to search as soon as possible.
Also be reminded that changes to NRS 120A.730 mandate a processing fee assessment for all payments not received through the reporting website, which utilizes ACH Debit payments. If you cannot pay via ACH Debit, prior written authorization granting an exception is required from the Unclaimed Property Division. Exceptions may be requested using form UP-10 (Streamlined Version). The current submission and approval process has been streamlined to remove any need for printing, scanning or wet signatures in an attempt to facilitate current remote working environment.s All exceptions are valid for one payment and must be resubmitted for any subsequent reports that cannot be paid via ACH Debit.
UP-10 ACH Exception Form: www.nevadatreasurer.gov/uploadedFiles/treasurernvgov/content/Unclaimed_Property/UP-10%20ACH%20Debit%20Exception%20Form.pdf
Office Closed; Remote Employees
If you require assistance, please email ask@nevadatresuer.gov and we will get back to you as soon as possible
NY3/10/2020 (Corporate, Mutual Funds and Brokerage)Deadline has passed
OH4/30/2020 (Life Insurance)May 1 is the annual deadline for all life insurance companies to report unclaimed funds. If your business is in need of additional time to file a report, please submit a request for extension.Many of our staff are teleworking to stop community spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Our office will also no longer be accepting walk-in customers. While we continue to review and pay claims, and mail checks, we want to let you know this may take more time than usual. Thanks for your patience. Please connect with us by calling 614-466-4433 or email at UnfdClaims.UnfdClaims@com.state.oh.us
OK4/30/2020 (Life Insurance)Per email from state to UPPO regarding Reporting Deadline, Due Diligence, Foreign Property Owner Due Diligence, and Safe Deposit Boxes: Holder may request an extension.

NOTARIZED VERIFICATION AND CHECKLIST REQUIRED WITH CHECK when reporting unclaimed property, however, during curtailed operations due to the COVID-19 crisis, an alternate Verification and Checklist form not requiring a notary can be found at: https://www.ok.gov/treasurer/documents/Vertification-Checklist-sansnotary.pdf
Due to Executive Order to help contain the threat of the COVID-19 virus, the Office of the State Treasurer (OST) is closed to the public until further notice. This action has caused OST to relocate certain services and to adopt the following alternate procedures.

Unclaimed Property
Claims processing has been suspended until further notice. Holder reporting operations continue. We appreciate your patience and understanding. Normal operations will resume as soon as conditions allow.
PA4/15/2020 (All Holders)Recognizing the substantial disruption experienced by businesses in response to efforts to mitigate the health threat posed by the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Pennsylvania Treasury Department is granting a two-month waiver of all fines, penalties and interest assessments for any unclaimed property report filed late. The statutory deadline for Holders to file and remit unclaimed property remains April 15, 2020. However, the Department will waive all fines, penalties and interest otherwise applicable for all late filed reports and property received by the Department on or before June 15, 2020. Tangible property (per 3/31/20 email from the state): Treasury's preference is to remit the checks and AP-1 to the lockbox in Philadelphia and hold the property until notified if possible. Some holders have chosen to mail the property since they had access to it.To protect the safety and health of Treasury staff and those we serve, The Pennsylvania Treasury Department’s Bureau of Unclaimed Property is currently closed. This precautionary closure is part of our effort to take all measures possible to help contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Those looking to file claims can still access forms to begin the claims process. We appreciate the public’s patience and understanding as this temporary closure will increase processing times for all claims.
PR5/1/2020 (Life Insurance)
SD4/30/2020 (Life Insurance)A 30-day extension has been granted to all holders with reports due on May 1, 2020. Reports are now due (postmarked) by June 1, 2020. Thank you for your patience.

Per email from state to UPPO:
Due Diligence: South Dakota will accept Life Insurance reports prior to June 22 without penalty if the delay is for due diligence.

Safe Deposit Boxes: No extension at this time since SDB are due on Nov. 1.

Fall Reporting Deadline: There is no decision at this time regarding the November (reporting) deadline.

Foreign Property Owner Due Diligence: South Dakota will allow email contact during this time.
The Division of Unclaimed Property is closed until further notice. We are joining the fight to stop the spread of COVID19 (Coronavirus). Claims can be submitted, however processing is suspended until further notice. Thank you for your patience.
TX7/1/2020 (All Holders except Life Insurance)Per email from state dated 5/1/2020:
Updates to Due Diligence Requirements for 2020 Unclaimed Property Reporting

Section 74.1011 of Texas Property Code requires holders to provide the due process notice to owners that their property may be reported to the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts as unclaimed property.

For the 2020 report year, exceptions are being allowed in cases where holders are unable to complete the notification by mail and by the deadline.

Updates to the requirements of Section 74.1011 for the 2020 report year are:
• Holders having trouble meeting due diligence requirements due to COVID-19 are still required to provide effective notice to owners prior to reporting the property but now have additional time to send notice to owners.
• Holders may now also use alternative means including electronic mail, telephone or other reasonable means to provide the notice to owners.
• Holders should be aware that this suspension does not waive the notice requirement before reporting unclaimed property.
• Holders must allow owners a reasonable amount of time to respond to the notification prior to reporting the property.

July 1 Reporting Deadline
This temporary suspension does not change the July 1 reporting deadline.

If you believe that you will not be able to provide effective notice to owners before the July 1, 2020, due date, request a waiver of penalty and/or interest for the properties due for your 2020 report. The request should include the following information:
• Business name
• Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN)
• Reason for the request
• Date you plan to submit your report and payment
• Contact information including name, email address and phone number
To submit your request or ask any questions on the due diligence suspension, please contact the Holder Education and Reporting section at up.holder@cpa.texas.gov.

Per email from state to UPPO (regarding Reporting Deadline and Due Diligence): We do not have the authority to automatically extend the reporting deadline. However, waivers of penalty and/or interest assessments for property delivered late will be evaluated on a case by case basis.

Foreign Property Owner Due Diligence: While we understand the suspension of mail service to certain countries may inadvertently result in some properties being reported as unclaimed property because an owner was not able to receive notice, we do not have the authority to change or suspend the mailing requirement.

Safe Deposit Boxes: Texas understands the concerns related to the remittance of tangible property. We would expect that holders still report tangible property by the filing deadline, July 1. However, we will not schedule the delivery of any tangible property until the current situation improves.
IIn response to the spread of COVID-19, the Texas Comptroller’s office has implemented agency-wide teleworking beginning Monday, March 16. ClaimItTexas.org remains online to file claims, submit documentation, request property searches, and file unclaimed property reports. Additionally, our staff is available to answer questions by calling 1-800-321-2274, Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m
While our walk-in office and mailroom operations currently remain open, we encourage you to make full use of all our online tools before visiting our office or mailing in documentation. This ensures that our staff members can receive all necessary information in the fastest possible manner.
VA4/30/2020 (Life and Non-Life Insurance)The Virginia Department of the Treasury Unclaimed Property Program remains committed to serving our citizens during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Our primary concern will always be the health and safety of our community and our staff. Due to the current teleworking conditions during these challenging times, we are requesting that our holder companies please complete their reporting electronically on www.vamoneysearch.org on our “Click to Report” module. Please see the below instructions to complete your electronic submission. If you are unable to meet the May 1, 2020 deadline, please email us a completed “Request for Extension” form that you can also find on our site and can email to Report.Remit@trs.virginia.gov.Based on Governor Northam's Declared State of Emergency due to the CoronaVirus (COVD-19), The Unclaimed Property Office has taken steps to protect our community and staff. Since we have been advised to limit in-person meetings and we will have staff teleworking, please do not come to our offices in person. We remain committed to serving our citizens and encourage all claim questions to be sent via email as the preferred method of communication. Our priority will always be for everyone's safety. We will continue to service our citizens as well as protecting our community by limiting physical contact to avoid exposure and stop the spread of this disease.
For claims questions: ucpmail@trs.virginia.gov or 1-800-468-1088
If you need to submit your claim and/or claim evidence: Virginia Department of the Treasury, Unclaimed Property Division, PO Box 2485, Richmond, VA 23218-2485 or ucpmail@trs.virginia.gov
VI4/30/2020 (Life Insurance)Effective March 23, 2020, the Offices of the Lieutenant Governor will be operating during the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. daily...The modified schedule will remain in effect until Friday, April 3, 2020 and is subject to change based on any new developments owing to COVID-19.
The following divisions will provide limited public access: Office of the Tax Assessor, Office of the Tax Collector and the Division of Banking, Insurance and Financial Regulation.
• Customers can visit the Division of Banking, Insurance and Financial Regulation by appointment only.
VT4/30/2020 (All Holders)Attention: The Vermont State Treasurer's Office understands that businesses are likely to in impacted COVID-19 and subsequent business interruptions, etc. Because of this, Holders that require an extension for reporting unclaimed property will be granted a 30-day extension when requested in writing. Holder Needed more than 30 days, but not exceed 60 days should put additional time requested in writing. Please reach out TRE.UPCompliance@vermont.gov with written requests or questions.The Unclaimed Property Division office at 109 State Street in Montpelier is closed to customers until further notice. Services are being continued as noted below.
Most of your general questions can be answered by visiting our website at https://www.vermonttreasurer.gov/content/unclaimed-property. Our staff will continue to serve the public by phone and email and are available during normal business hours 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
For claimants, please send your e-mail requests to: unclaimed.property@vermont.gov.
For Holders please send your e-mail requests to tre.upcompliance@vermont.gov.
You can reach the Unclaimed Property Division at (802) 828-2407. If you leave a voice message, please be sure to include your name and phone number. Staff will return your call. We ask for everyone’s patience and understanding as we adjust to this evolving situation.
WV4/30/2020 (Life Insurance)Per email from state to UPPO:
Reporting deadline: For life insurance companies, West Virginia has decided not to extend the deadline. Upon request, individual extensions are being granted.

Due Diligence: Our filing deadline for non-life insurance holders is Nov. 1. Due diligence will not start until July 1 for West Virginia properties. As we move closer to that date, we will reevaluate if an extension is still needed.
To help reduce the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the West Virginia State Treasurer’s Office is CLOSED to outside visitors. We assure you the services provided by the office’s Banking Services, Board of Treasury Investments, SMART529 Educational Savings Plan, West Virginia Retirement Plus program, WVABLE and Unclaimed Property division remain operational. If you need to speak with a staff member, call 304-558-5000 or visit us online at www.wvtreasury.com. (Per NAUPA Website)

Disclaimer: This information provided for reference only. While Keane updates the information periodically and makes every effort to ensure its accuracy, unclaimed property laws and regulations are dynamic and often change with short notice. Please consult Keane’s Compliance Office or contact specific states to obtain the most current information before reporting unclaimed property. Keane shall not be held liable for any compliance failures, fees or penalties imposed as a result of your reliance upon this information.

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