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I appreciate the info, but my question was specifically about whether unclaimed tax refunds have to be listed as an asset.
Yes. If you know it's owed. It's like accrued interest, it's reportable even though it hasn't been paid out to you yet. But possibly "no" if you haven't filed the returns yet on which the refunds would be due you. This is my educated guess. Please don't me ask for legal references on these minuscule points. I would have no idea where you would find them in case law.