Originally introduced in February 2017 as a drug and alcohol dependency bill, Illinois H 3806 was amended on May 31, 2018, and would revise the banking provisions in the Illinois Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act. If passed, the provisions of the bill would become effective immediately.
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Here you can find updates on unclaimed property laws, rules, and regulations. Unclaimed property legislation varies from state to state, and is different depending on the type of property. Check back frequently for legislative alerts and breaking unclaimed property news as it happens.
Under a recent Internal Revenue Service Ruling, the escheatment of payments made from a traditional IRA account to the state’s unclaimed property fund constitutes a designated distribution that is subject to federal tax withholding rules for IRAs. The trustee or custodian of the IRA must also report those payments on a 1099-R, identifying the owner as the recipient.
By introducing the Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act of 2016, significant changes may be forthcoming to District of Columbia Unclaimed Property Law. While the Act itself covers specific revisions to property types and unclaimed laws, the bill’s most important aspects have been outlined below.