Keane's Unclaimed Property Blog

Compliance (289 articles)

Most state estimates suggest that only 15 to 35 percent of companies are in full compliance with unclaimed property laws, and even those who are in compliance technically may be underreporting because they aren’t correctly interpreting what the law requires. Here you will find best practices and articles to help you comply with unclaimed property rules and regulations.

The Raw Data Analytics LLC Case May Change the Unclaimed Property Landscape and Liability for the Holder Community!

The Raw Data Analytics LLC Case May Change the Unclaimed Property Landscape and Liability for the Holder Community!

Compliance, Escheatment, Litigation, Unclaimed Property, Unclaimed Property Law, Unclaimed Property Reporting

Unclaimed property compliance has been on the rise since the early 2000s. Many companies are aware of state unclaimed property laws, programs, and annual filing requirements. State auditors, third party audit firms, and amnesty programs such as voluntary disclosure agreement (“VDA”) have also contributed to the increase in compliance. VDA programs allow companies to become […]

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Unclaimed Life Insurance Benefits: IL 17858 2018

Unclaimed Life Insurance Benefits: IL 17858 2018

Compliance, Insurance, Legislative Updates

Legislative Alert – IL 17858 2018 (State ID: 42 IR 19362): Administrative Rules Adopted – Unclaimed Life Insurance Benefits Adopted on August 16, 2019, the Administrative Rules have a retroactive effective date of July 30, 2019. This new rule impacts all life insurance companies and fraternal benefit societies authorized to do business in Illinois. As […]

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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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