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Ohio Unclaimed Property Reporting
Unclaimed property consists of tangible and intangible property that has been abandoned
for one to five years such as: refunds, wages, bank accounts, utility deposits, insurance policy proceeds, and more.

For detailed information on reporting Unclaimed Property, please visit the Ohio Department of Commerce unclaimed property page at
Step 1: Review records to identify dormant accounts of $50 or more.

Review your accounts receivable report to identify patients with a credit on their account as of 06/30/22. If they are not an active client, or if treatment has not been scheduled then you should send them a Notice of Unclaimed Funds (see Step 2).

  • Payroll checks less than $50.00
  • Business to Business (see Ohio Revised Code, Section 169.01) Any payment or credit due to a business association from a business association representing sums payable to suppliers, or payment for services rendered, in the course of business, including, but not limited to, checks or memoranda, overpayments, unidentified remittances, nonrefunded overcharges, discounts, refunds, and rebates.
Have no unclaimed property?
A Zero (Negative) Report is required.
File online via the Ohio Business Gateway,
Need help filing your report with the state?
If you'd like our assistance filing your Unclaimed Property Report, we must receive your completed questionnaire before October 1, 2022. Please note our fee; $65 for a negative report and $100 per hour to report & submit unclaimed property.