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UPPO to Host Canadian Unclaimed Property Seminar

UPPO to Host Canadian Unclaimed Property Seminar

Compliance, Unclaimed Property Law, Unclaimed Property Reporting

The Unclaimed Property Professionals Organization will be hosting a Canadian unclaimed property seminar this July in an effort to further holders’ education and knowledge of escheatment while providing the opportunity for networking with fellow industry professionals. Event Details: July 9, 2014 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST Hyatt Regency Toronto Register Now The Canadian unclaimed […]

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Keane to Host Unclaimed Property Webinar for Attorneys

Other News, Unclaimed Property Law

When companies have questions on unclaimed property obligations or receive an audit notice – the legal department or external counsel is often the first group contacted. However, not every law firm or legal department is extensively versed in unclaimed property matters, and despite its similarities to a tax—unclaimed property is unique and requires its own […]

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Quick Guide: New York Escheat & Unclaimed Property Laws

Abandoned Property, Abandoned Property Law, Dormancy Periods, Escheat Law, Escheatment, State Escheatment, Unclaimed Property, Unclaimed Property Law, Unclaimed Property Reporting

Are you interested in learning some of the key concepts of New York escheat and unclaimed property laws? Have a specific question about reporting, auditing or compliance? This page gives you key information pertaining to New York State escheat laws including reporting & compliance.

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Kenyan Unclaimed Financial Assets Act: The Evolution of International Unclaimed Property Laws

Legislative Updates, Other News, Unclaimed Property Law

The following entry is an excerpt from a recent article in Business Daily Africa written by Valerie Jundt, Managing Director and National Practice Leader of the Keane Consulting & Advisory Services Team. Click here to read the full article at Business Daily Africa. Kenya became the most recent country to enact unclaimed property laws, as the […]

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Kentucky Passes HB 135 – Details Beneficiary Search Requirements

Insurance, State Escheatment, Unclaimed Property Law

Kentucky recently outlined the requirements for beneficiary search and mandated the use of the Death Master file for verifying decedents with the passing of HB 135 on April 11, 2012. With the signing of this legislation, Kentucky becomes the first state to enact a law modeled after the Unclaimed Life Insurance Benefits Act proposed by […]

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