Updated February 26, 2021 - 7:53 pm
Zach Conine, the Nevada state treasurer, said Friday that the state has identified more than $10 million of unclaimed property owed to people who have filed for unemployment.
The state can’t give it to the individuals until they claim it.
“To clarify, this means we’ve got $10MM of unclaimed property for individuals who have filed for Unemployment Insurance,” Conine said in a tweet Friday. “This isn’t unclaimed unemployment insurance, these are separate unclaimed property dollars.”
Individuals should check claimitnevada.org.
ICYMI, we've got more than $10MM of Unclaimed Property for individuals who have filed for Unemployment Insurance. We also have more than $950MM for other Nevadans!
Since this tweet, we've returned $743,257.69.
Let's keep it going! https://t.co/QFT1qpZtfX
— Zach Conine (@ZConine) February 26, 2021