Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Glenn Hegar

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The Official State of Texas Unclaimed Property Website

Texas has more than 28 million properties from forgotten bank accounts, uncashed checks, overpayments, refunds, insurance premiums and mineral royalties. We guarantee you know of someone who has missing money! It could be you, your neighbor or even a local business. Search now!

There is currently about $4 billion in missing money waiting to be claimed. It's never too late to make a claim, and we are committed to ensuring hardworking Texans don't lose a penny.

Come and Get It!

In 2015, the state returned more than $249 million to its owners. Find out what you may have been missing by searching our unclaimed property database.

Search Unclaimed Property

Received an Outreach Notification letter?

If you received an outreach notification letter from our office, you may use the search button above to look for properties that may belong to you and create a claim. You have two options for receiving the claim form — you can print it or request that it be mailed to you. Please read the claim form instructions and return the required documents along with your signed claim to the address on the claim form.

You can also request searches by:


Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Unclaimed Property Claims Section
P.O. Box 12046
Austin, Texas 78711-2046


1-888-908-9991 or
(512) 936-6224 (direct in Austin)


1-800-654-FIND (3463)
(512) 463-3120 (direct in Austin)

Note: there is a limit of three name searches when calling by phone.

Include the following in your request:

  • the name you would like searched,
  • addresses in the Texas cities in which that person has lived,
  • a social security number,
  • current mailing address for claim purposes and
  • your contact information.
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In 2015, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 855, which requires state agencies to publish a list of the three most commonly used Web browsers on their websites. The Texas Comptroller’s most commonly used Web browsers are Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Apple Safari.