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Nebraska Announces Holder Website/Software Conversion

Monday, August 17, 2020  
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The Nebraska Unclaimed Property Division recently announced upcoming changes to its unclaimed property software and website. As such, the unclaimed property website will not accept report submission from Aug. 17-24. Other noteworthy changes:

  • Nebraska will no longer accept HDE encrypted files.
  • Holder payments will be available at the time of report submission.

Following is Nebraska's notice to holders:

 

The Nebraska Unclaimed Property Division will be completing a software conversion before the end of the month of August. Our office will no longer be accepting HDE encrypted files. Other report requirements, including a properly formatted NAUPA file, have not changed. While the software conversion is taking place, the Unclaimed Property Reporting website will not be accepting report submissions. This functionality will be down on our website from August 17th to August 24th.

You will see a new look to our website at the time of our software conversion…

Over the last year, the Unclaimed Property Division has been using the URL, NebraskaLostCash.gov. This URL will remain the same post conversion.

Holder reports are required to be submitted online, either through our website, NebraskaLostCash.gov or https://sovos.com/products/tax-reporting/unclaimed-property-reporting/upexchange/. This is not a new requirement, but serves as an important reminder. Reports will not be accepted on a CD or by paper.
 
With the launch of our updated website, the Nebraska Unclaimed Property Division will now offer online holder payments at the time you submit your report. This new feature will allow holders to submit reports through NebraskaLostCash.gov, then the website provides the option to complete a payment through an ACH debit transaction. This will allow holders submitting reports online and making an ACH payments to report completely paperless. Your report is not required to be notarized, so no paperwork will need to be mailed.

If a holder chooses not to pay electronically and plans to send a paper check, the confirmation page from your online report submission should be printed and mailed with the check for the report. Checks sent without a confirmation page could result in a delay in processing the report.

November 1st is the holder reporting deadline for non-life insurance holders.

Any questions related to holder reporting should be addressed to nst.upholderreporting@nebraska.gov.

 


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