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Escheatment (14 articles)

NJ Abandoned Property: Gift Card and Travelers Check Amendment

Abandoned Property, Abandoned Property Law, Dormancy Periods, Escheat Law, Escheatment, Gift Card Escheatment, State Escheatment, Travelers Checks, Unclaimed Property, Unclaimed Property Law

American Express as well as the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association have targeted a recent law which altered the length of time upon which the state can seize travelers check and unused gift card balances. American Express is concerned with travelers checks and the NJRMA is unhappy with the law’s implications on gift cards. New […]

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Quick Guide: Arizona Escheat & Unclaimed Property Laws

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

Are you interested in cost risks of unclaimed property compliance in Arizona? Here you will find valuable knowledge pertaining to Arizona State escheat and unclaimed property laws. Should there be a specific question that we fail to answer here, we’re ready and willing to provide our insight.  To submit your inquiry and get more information, fill […]

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Quick Guide: Delaware Escheat & Unclaimed Property Laws

Abandoned Property, Abandoned Property Law, Compliance, Dormancy Periods, Escheat Law, Escheatment, Other News, Unclaimed Property, Unclaimed Property Law, Unclaimed Property Reporting

Would you like to learn some of the core concepts of escheatment and unclaimed property laws which apply specifically to Delaware? This page provides key information regarding to Delaware State escheat laws concerning reporting & compliance.

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Dormant Account Escheat Rules:
When Client Accounts Become Inactive

Dormancy Periods, Escheat Consulting, Escheatment

Time and time again at Keane Unclaimed Property, advisory firms will come to us in an effort to avoid dormant account escheatment by finding a client who has essentially disappeared. Maybe they’ve moved to a new address without notifying their investment firm, perhaps they’ve removed the IRA from their brokerage account or even passed on. […]

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