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Delaware Sending Reporting Reminder Letters

Delaware Sending Reporting Reminder Letters

State Escheatment, Unclaimed Property Law, Unclaimed Property Reporting

The State of Delaware Department of Finance is sending out letters reminding organizations of their annual unclaimed property responsibility. While Delaware accepts negative or $0 reports they do not require negative reporting. It appears that these letters are targeted to holders that previously reported unclaimed property to the State of Delaware but may have discontinued […]

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Multi-State VDA’s – The Proactive Solution

Multi-State VDA’s – The Proactive Solution

Best Practices, Compliance, Litigation, Unclaimed Property, Unclaimed Property Audit, Unclaimed Property Reporting

According to state estimates, only 10-12% of companies nationwide are in compliance with state unclaimed property provisions. In an effort to increase voluntary compliance rates, states are increasingly reaching out to companies that they believe may have potential unclaimed property exposure to seek an understanding of their potential exposures and invite them to come into […]

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Check Your Mail: NC Sending Letters

Check Your Mail: NC Sending Letters

Escheat Audits, Unclaimed Property Audit

Notice: The North Carolina Department of State Treasurer is sending letters to companies (“holders”) to determine compliance with their Unclaimed Property statutory reporting requirements. It is important to note that response to these letters is required within 30 days. The form attached to these letters request company, unclaimed property reporting, accounting, payroll, outstanding checks, vendor […]

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RUUPA Round Up

RUUPA Round Up

Compliance, Legislative Alerts, Legislative Updates

The introduction of the 2016 Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act (RUUPA) by the Uniform Law Commission has prompted state legislatures to review their often antiquated unclaimed property laws, and in many cases introduce legislation to amend or wholly revise these laws. In addition to RUUPA, state legislators may now also refer to the American Bar […]

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