Unclaimed Property Reporting (171 articles)
With 55 domestic reporting jurisdictions – and little uniformity from one to the next – it can be a daunting task for companies to handle their unclaimed property reporting. For example, some jurisdictions require reports in the fall – others want them in the spring. Dormancy periods vary by property type and which jurisdiction you’re reporting to. Furthermore, unclaimed property laws are constantly changing. On this page you’ll find best practices for correctly reporting unclaimed property.
Are you interested in learning the key requirements for Illinois unclaimed property reporting? For those tasked with the responsibilities of escheat reporting, it is important to have an understanding of your organization’s unclaimed property business obligations and to be aware of legislative or regulatory activity that may affect daily business operations. Below you will find […]
The first meeting of the Delaware Unclaimed Property task force was held on July 24, 2014. Keane Director of Compliance, Freda Pepper, was in attendance and has provided a recap of this initial meeting of the task force. This group is being asked “to inquire into, examine, study and make findings and recommendations related to improving fairness and compliance in Delaware’s unclaimed property program.”
Unclaimed property reporting regulations are fast-moving and ever changing. With the fall escheat reporting season right around the corner, are you ready? If you are responsible for managing your company’s unclaimed property reporting process, we invite you to join us on July 24th at 2:00pm Eastern for a free, 1-hour webinar packed with reporting best […]
Are you interested in learning the key requirements for unclaimed property reporting in New England jurisdictions? For those tasked with the responsibilities of escheat reporting, it is important to have an understanding of their organization’s compliance obligations and monitor any legislative or regulatory activity that may affect their existing unclaimed property processes. Below you will […]