"Ultralow"Q-value β decays are referred to as such due to their low decay energies of less than ≈1 keV. Such a low energy decay is possible when the parent nucleus decays to an excited state in the daughter, with an energy close to that of the Q value. These decays are of interest as potential new candidates for neutrino mass determination experiments and as a testing ground for studies of atomic interference effects in the nuclear decay process. In this paper, we provide an updated evaluation of atomic mass data and nuclear energy-level data to identify potential ultralow Q-value β-decay candidates. For many of these candidates, more precise and accurate atomic mass data is needed to determine if the Q value of the potential ultralow decay branch is energetically allowed and in fact ultralow. The relevant precise atomic mass measurements can be achieved via Penning trap mass spectrometry.