Nebraska Revised Statute 43-3330

Chapter 43 Section 3330

43-3330.

Listing of obligors; financial institution; duties; confidentiality.

A financial institution shall receive from the department a listing of obligors to be used in matches within the financial institution's system. The listing from the department shall include the name and social security number or taxpayer identification number of each obligor to be used in matches within the financial institution's system. The financial institution shall receive the listing within thirty days after the end of each calendar quarter subsequent to January 1, 1998, and shall match the listing to its records of accounts held in one or more individuals' names which are open accounts and such accounts closed within the preceding calendar quarter within thirty days after receiving the listing and provide the department with a match listing of all matches made within five working days of the match. The match listing from the financial institution shall include the name, address, and social security number or taxpayer identification number of each obligor matched and the balance of each account. The financial institution shall also provide the names and addresses of all other owners of accounts in the match listing as reflected on a signature card or other similar document on file with the financial institution. The financial institution shall submit all match listings by disk, magnetic tape, or other medium approved by the department. Nothing in this section shall (1) require a financial institution to disclose the account number assigned to the account of any individual or (2) serve to encumber the ownership interest of any person in or impact any right of setoff against an account. The financial institution shall maintain the confidentiality of all records supplied and shall use the records only for the purposes of this section. To maintain the confidentiality of the listing and match listing, the department shall implement appropriate security provisions for the listing and match listing which are as stringent as those established under the Federal Tax Information Security Guidelines for federal, state, and local agencies.

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