As one of Arkansas's seven constitutional officers, the Auditor of State plays a very important role in the day to day business of state government. The Auditor is the general accountant for the State and serves as the payroll officer for the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches. Read More >
It is the mission of the Arkansas Auditor of State to return unclaimed property to its rightful owners or heirs. Each year, businesses and government agencies also known as “holders” report millions of dollars to the state. Then the state diligently attempts to reunite owners with their lost assets. Read More >
To ensure unclaimed property can be returned to its rightful owner, state law requires businesses and government agencies to file unclaimed property reports annually with the Arkansas State Auditor’s Unclaimed Property (UCP) Division. It is important to our office to make the reporting process easy and efficient for holders. Read More >
The Great Arkansas Treasure Hunt is Growing, With More Money To Claim Than Ever Before
LITTLE ROCK, Ark – Today Arkansas Auditor of State Andrea Lea announced the Great Arkansas Treasure Hunt has added new cash assets available to claim. Lea reports that there is now over $317,000,000 owed to Arkansans.
The Treasure Hunt, which is refreshed annually, is Arkansas’ unclaimed property program. Cash assets and safe-deposit box contents are turned over
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