Alaska Unclaimed Property

Finding your Alaska unclaimed property is easy and is totally free. The links on this page will take you to the Alaska Department of Revenue Treasury Division page. Alaska has records of money owed to individuals and businesses.

Alaska as well as many other states, uses Missingmoney.com which is a site that searches databases of many states to find your money. Missingmoney.com is endorsed by NAUPA (National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators.) There are many other states that also use Missingmoney.com help people find their money.

Tutorial on Finding Your Alaska Unclaimed Property

  1. On the Alaska Department of Revenue page click on the link below the words "Unclaimed Property" or click here to take you to the same page which is called Missingmoney.com.
  2. Once at Missingmoney.com you'll find an box that you must enter some information in. Your first name is optional but your last name is required as well as the state that you live or lived in. The abbreviation for Alaska is AK.
  3. You then look for your name with an address that you lived at at one time. Click on you last name.
  4. If you answer yes to all the question that is asked on the next page click "I can claim." The questions are...
  • Is this your name?
  • Do you live or have you lived at the address listed?
  • Do you or have you lived in the state holding the property?
  • Have you conducted business with the company listed in the "Reported By" column?

You'll then be asked to fill out some information including your name and your current address and hit submit at the bottom of the page. They will then make contact with you about your claim in a manner that depends on how much information you enter in the fields. You will likely receive a response quicker about your property if you give them an email address and/or a phone number to reach you at though those are not required fields.


Alaska Unclaimed Property