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Reports of unclaimed money

This page links you to current reports about 2 types of money that might belong to you:

  • Savings bonds and other Treasury securities that have reached the end of their interest-earning time but have not been cashed (matured unredeemed debt [MUD])
  • Other unclaimed money related to savings bonds and other Treasury securities

Reports of Treasury savings bonds and Treasury marketable securities that have matured but are not yet cashed

The first 2 of these reports are Excel files. The 3rd is a text file.

Why you may not find a report on something you are looking for:

  • Records relating to accrual savings bonds are not fully automated. So, a report listing the owners of matured, unredeemed accrual savings bonds is not available.
  • No matured, unredeemed marketable Treasury securities are held in book-entry form.
  • We do not have information about the ownership of bearer securities.

Reports of other unclaimed money related to savings bonds and other Treasury securities

These reports are about securities-related payments (including interest, refund, and redemption payments) that were returned to Treasury as undeliverable or that were withheld because of holds on the related interest-bearing accounts. If we cannot properly dispose of the money within a year of the date of the payment, the money goes into the Unclaimed Moneys Account.

The first 3 of these reports are Excel files. The 4th is a text file.

Related web pages

Unpaid foreign claims – If you suffered certain, specific types of loss in a foreign country, you may be able to claim money from the U.S. government.

Unclaimed money and other assets – How to find out if other agencies have money that may belong to you and what to do if someone offers to help you get unclaimed money.

Report of receivables from unclaimed money – This page, which is mainly for government agencies, includes a table of how much unclaimed money different federal agencies report.

Why we sometimes withhold information under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

Deceased individuals' records are protected for the survivors' interest and individuals' records are protected for their own interest, both under FOIA Exemption (b)(6). Exemption (b)(6) permits the government to withhold all information about individuals in "personnel and medical files and similar files" when the disclosure of the information "would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy."

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