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Electronic Reporting Capability Schedule
STATE DISKETTE TAPE CARTRIDGE CD NAUPA FORMAT
COMMENTS
Alabama Yes  Yes  3480    Yes   
Alaska Yes  No  No  Yes  Yes  All reports with 20 or more properties should be on diskette/CD Rom using NAUPA Standards 
Arizona Yes  Yes      Yes   
Arkansas No  No  No  CD  Yes  Also CD, DVD 
California Yes  No  No  Yes  Yes  Effective effective March 1, 2009, Paper Reports will only be accepted for reporting fewer than 10 properties. Therefore, the Notice Reports for Insurance Companies due before May 1, 2009 and Remit Reports due between June 1 and June 15, 2009 must be reported electronically when reporting 10 or more properties. For your convenience, Free Reporting Software may be downloaded at: http://www.nast.org/NAUPA/Electronicreportstandard.htm 
Colorado Yes  No  No    Yes  Also accepts CD-Rom 
Connecticut Yes  Yes      Yes  NAUPA format only if tape or diskette 
Delaware Yes*  Yes  Yes    Yes  *Only one holder per diskette is allowed and/or accepted 
District of Columbia No  No  No  Yes  Yes  “All companies should report electronically. Will accept CD if less than 5 properties.” 
Florida Yes  No  Yes    Yes  All reports of 25 or more owners must be submitted via electronic medium 
Georgia Yes  No  No    Yes  Request electronic filing when reporting 25 or more accounts 
Guam Yes           
Hawaii Yes        Yes  Hawaii requires electronic reporting for all holders. 
Idaho Yes  Yes  Yes    Yes  Requires reporting electronically if more than 10 properties. 
Illinois Yes  No  Yes    Yes  Prefer diskette -- please use 1.44 MB; will accept report on CD-Rom 
Indiana Yes  No  No    Yes  Electronic reporting required for 20 or more properties 
Iowa Yes  No  No    Yes  All companies must report electronically 
Kansas Yes  Yes      Yes  Also accept CD & e-mail -- website upload soon 
Kentucky Yes        Yes   
Kenya            
Louisiana Yes  Yes  Yes    Yes  Prefer diskette 
Maine Yes  No  No    Yes  Maine requires holders to report electronically if they have more than 10 properties. 
Maryland Yes  No  Yes    Yes  Must use NAUPA format for more than 25 accounts  
Massachusetts Yes  Yes  Yes    Yes  See MA website to download software 
Michigan Yes  Yes  Yes    Yes   
Minnesota Yes  No  No    Yes  Prefer diskette if 10 or more holders. Also accepts CD-Rom. Requires reporting electronically if more than five properties. 
Mississippi Yes  No  Yes    Yes   
Missouri Yes        Yes  Request holders reporting more than 50 owners to do so on disk 
Montana Yes  No  No  Yes  Yes  Now accepting holder reports filed on electronic media (CD's or diskettes) so long as the reports are in the NAUPA Standard Electronic File Format.  
Nebraska Yes        Yes   
Nevada Yes        Yes  Administrator may require a person reporting 15 or more items of property pursuant to this section to file the report on diskette in lieu of on paper. 
New Hampshire Yes        Yes  Report of Abandoned Property now requires filing in electronic format for holder reports of twenty (20) or more properties. This requirement may be waived if it creates undue hardship. 
New Jersey Yes  No  No  Yes  Yes  New Jersey doesn't accept 3480, 3490, 4490 cartridges or 9-track tapes. 
New Mexico Yes        Yes   
New York Yes  No  Yes  Yes  FTP via PGP or UFILEFTP is available 
North Carolina Yes  Yes  Yes    Yes  Prefer diskette 
North Dakota Yes        Yes   
Ohio Yes  No  3490/D31    Yes  Converted to Wagers 3/18/02 
Oklahoma Yes  No  No    Yes  NAUPA Standard 
Oregon Yes        Yes  Oregon requires electronic reporting if there are 15 properties or more. 
Pennsylvania Yes  Yes  Yes    Yes   
Rhode Island Yes        Yes  NAUPA format only if diskette 
South Carolina Yes  No  No  Yes  Yes  SC accepts diskettes and CD's in NAUPA FORMAT only. Holders are asked to file electronically in the NAUPA format when reporting 5 or more items. 
South Dakota No  No  No    Yes  Also accepts electronic files on Flash Drive or via email. 
Tennessee Yes  No  Yes    Yes  Requires electronic reporting if the report has 20 or more owners. 
Texas Yes  Yes  Yes    Yes  See Texas website to download diskette software 
Utah Yes  No  No  Yes  Yes  Must be in NAUPA format 
Vermont Yes  No  No    Yes  More than 10 items must file electronically...also accept CD 
Virgin Islands Yes  Yes      N/A  Reports of 50 or more properties should be on diskette or CD-ROM using government's standards 
Virginia Yes  No  No    Yes  Please request electronic reporting package 
Washington Yes  No  3480 or 3490    Yes  Washington urges Holders to report electronically if they have 10 or more names. 
West Virginia Yes        Yes  Electronic reporting required effective 5/17/13 
Wisconsin Yes        Yes  Must report electronically if more than 10 properties. 
Wyoming No  No  No  Yes  Yes  Wyoming requires holders to report electronically if they have 10 or more properties. 

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