Office of the Maine State Treasurer



Holder Examination Process Commences

Maine’s Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act (RUUPA) enables the Treasurer to engage third parties to examine holders of unclaimed property to ensure compliance with Maine law. Some Maine-based holders will soon receive initial notice of compliance and reporting outreach from the State Treasurer or third parties. We thank all holders for their engagement and cooperation as we fulfill our mission to implement Maine law and reunite owners with their property. For more information and resources for holders click here.

As a reminder, OST employees are currently working remotely. Services such as unclaimed property and property tax relief payments will be delayed. Essential functions such as revenue sharing and cash management and debt are continuing. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We hope to return to work in Augusta as soon as possible.

Unfortunately, this state office cannot answer questions about receiving Federal Coronavirus Tax Relief and Economic Impact Payments from the Internal Revenue Service in Washington, DC. Please refer to:

Welcome to the Office of the State Treasurer. We provide state agencies with efficient banking and financial services, which include revenue collection, payment issuance, reconciliation, and trust management. We also manage state investments with safety, liquidity and yield in mind.  Our office also manages debt payments and issuance, ensuring that bonds authorized by voters are efficiently sold in the marketplace to provide funding for capital projects statewide.  In addition, we hold over $200 million in unclaimed funds for Maine residents and we work each day to reunite owners with their money.  Our professional staff proudly serves each individual in this great state.  Reach out to us with any questions or concerns that you may have. We look forward to hearing from you.  


Henry Beck
State Treasurer
(207) 624-7477



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