State Treasurer Urges Local Governments to Claim Unclaimed Property to Help Fill COVID-Fueled Funding Gaps


State Treasurer David McRae today urged local governments to search for unclaimed properties held by the state to help fill COVID-fueled funding gaps. In the last month, the state has returned a quarter-million dollars to local governments in Unclaimed Property, but more than $1 million remains unclaimed. To streamline the process, the State Treasury has posted a special State and … Read More

State Treasurer Returns Half-Million Dollars in Unclaimed Property to Economy during COVID-19 Outbreak


David McRae today announced the State Treasury has returned a half-million dollars in unclaimed property to Mississippi’s economy since the COVID-19 outbreak began escalating in mid-March. “Our number one priority is to find the rightful owners of unclaimed property and return the money as quickly as possible,” said McRae. “We are thrilled to have infused a half-million dollars into the … Read More

Online Notary Option Now Available for Unclaimed Property Claims


Treasurer David McRae today announced unclaimed property claims can be notarized remotely, after Governor Tate Reeves eased requirements. “Unclaimed property is not the state’s money. It’s your money,” said Treasurer David McRae. “Especially as families face financial difficulties amid the coronavirus pandemic, we see it as our number one priority to return unclaimed property to its rightful owners as quickly … Read More

Art Contest Deadline Extended


We have some good news for you. The College Savings Mississippi Art Contest deadline has been extended to April 30! Thousands of Mississippi students will be home from school this month, and art projects can keep their minds active during this time. But that’s not all! Your child’s masterpiece could be worth $529. Students grades PreK-12 are eligible. In a … Read More

David McRae Announces College Savings Mississippi Savings Shootout Winners


Mississippi State Treasurer David McRae today announced the winners of the College Savings Mississippi Savings Shootout, which was held at this weekend’s high school basketball championship. Each winner was awarded a $529 MACS scholarship from College Savings Mississippi. “Congratulations to the twelve Savings Shootout winners. I hope this new account starts each of them on their way to scoring their … Read More

McRae Announces $2 Million Now Returned to Rightful Owners of Unclaimed Property


Mississippi State Treasurer David McRae today announced $2 million has been returned to the rightful owners of unclaimed property since he took office in January. In total, the Office of the Treasury has processed and closed 1,083 unclaimed property claims. “This is money folks are entitled to, so we’re going to be proactive about finding them and returning it,” said … Read More

How To Use HRS Pro

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We are requiring all our holders to report electronically from now on to help mitigate the spread of Covid-19. We require no paperwork by mail (no signatures or notarizations) if you are submitting your reports electronically through our website.  If you have not reported electronically before we offer free software to create your file called HRS Pro.   It can be accessed … Read More

Mississippi Saves


Happy Friday! It’s been a busy week at your State Treasury. I was a part of numerous meetings to discuss how to continue to protect taxpayer dollars, we matched Mississippians with thousands of dollars of unclaimed property, and I joined Governor Reeves in declaring this week Mississippi Saves Week. Savings and financial literacy are some of my office’s core functions. … Read More

McRae Holds Local Office Hours for Unclaimed Property, Identifies More Than $165k in Lauderdale County


This week, State Treasurer David McRae held local office hours in Meridian, Mississippi. In just five hours, Treasury’s team identified more than $165,000 in unclaimed property through 100+ claims. The event attracted more than 250 area residents and is the first in a series of local office hours that will be held this year. All Mississippians are encouraged to begin … Read More

$1.5 Million of Unclaimed Property Returned in First Six Weeks


Mississippi State Treasurer David McRae today announced the Treasury Department has returned $1.5 million of unclaimed property during his first six weeks in office. “Many in Mississippi don’t realize the state is looking for the rightful owners of millions of dollars in unclaimed property,” said McRae. “From the first day in office, we wanted to be proactive about returning the … Read More