Unclaimed Property Holder Reporting
Now is the time to begin reviewing your accounts receivables for reporting unclaimed property. We have put together a simplified guide to help as you begin the process.

For detailed information on reporting Unclaimed Property please visit the Georgia Department of Revenue’s Holder Reporting page at  https://dor.georgia.gov/unclaimed-property-program/holder-reporting or access the Holder Reporting Form s below .

Payroll checks should be reported after one year.
Checks issued 07/01/18 – 06/30/19

Patient account balances (for non-active accounts) and uncashed refund checks should be reported after five years.
Checks/Account Balances issued 07/01/14 – 06/30/15
Notice must be sent no more than 120 days or less than 60 days prior to the November 1st

Notices for amounts under $50 are not required.
All amounts must be remitted to the state.

Property valued at less than $50 may be reported in the aggregate. Owner details do not need to be included in the report since these will be added together as one entry. However, you should keep a detailed listing for your records.

Reporting less than 25 properties ? Complete Forms UP-1C & UP-2C

Reporting 25 or more properties? Complete Form UP-1C & NUAPA formatted report. A link to the free reporting software (HRS Pro) is found on the www.wagers.net website.
Negative Reports are required!
Georgia Department of Revenue
Unclaimed Property Program
4125 Welcome All Rd Suite 701
Atlanta, GA 30349
We are here to help!
Our office will conduct a review of your records for any checks marked “Void” in our system. If we identify any applicable voids, the list will be sent to you no later than July 10th to compare to your records. Be sure to confirm these were not reissued or credited to the patient’s account.

We are happy to assist you in meeting your filing requirements. 
If you would like CUAK to assist with filing your Unclaimed Property Report, please complete and return the questionnaire to smartin@cu-cpa.com before October 1, 2020.