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What is Arizona Form 600A?

600A. This form should only be used to claim property of which you are the original owner. If you are claiming property as the heir or beneficiary of a deceased owner (Form 600B), the agent of an entity (Form 600C) or the agent of a living owner (Form 600D), you must complete the appropriate form.

How do I file an unclaimed property in Arizona?

For more information, visit The site can also be found through the department’s main website,, by clicking on the Unclaimed Property tab near the bottom of the page. Those who want to check also may call the department at 602-364-0380 or send an email to [email protected].

How does unclaimed property work?

Unclaimed money, often called unclaimed property, is money that eventually goes to the state after the rightful owner fails to collect it. That money is lawfully protected and kept by the state to be returned to the owner — rather than reverting back to the party who initially distributed the money.

Does Arizona require negative unclaimed property?

All holders, whether located in Arizona or in other states, must report to the State of Arizona any unclaimed property they hold that is owed to Arizona residents.

How long does Arizona hold unclaimed property?

35 years
Arizona will hold unclaimed money and property for up to 35 years; after 35 years the property escheats to the state.

What is the dormancy period for unclaimed property in Arizona?

three to five years
In Arizona, any asset with an identified owner that is under the custody of the holder for various reasons can become unclaimed after a certain period. That time is referred to as a dormancy period, and it lasts from three to five years for most assets.

How do I find out if I have lost money?

How to Find Unclaimed Money

  1. Start your search for unclaimed money with your state’s unclaimed property office.
  2. Search for unclaimed money using a multi-state database. Perform your search using your name, especially if you’ve moved to another state.
  3. Verify how to claim your money.