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New Partnership for Escheat, Unclaimed Property and Consulting Services

Escheat Consulting

Keane Unclaimed Property recently announced a partnership for escheat, unclaimed property reporting and compliance consulting services with UHY Advisors SALT, LLC (UHY), a professional services firm specializing in state and local tax and business consulting. UHY Advisors, Inc. and its subsidiary entities have more than 1,200 professionals providing services from offices across the United States and […]

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DE abandoned property law drives revenue (and risk)

Abandoned Property, Best Practices, Unclaimed Property

I recently learned about some interesting statistics regarding Delaware’s abandoned property law that helps illustrate what unclaimed property means to state budgets. It also shows why companies are facing an increased risk of unclaimed or abandoned property audit. This is an issue I have discussed in the past – as the states face tighter budgets […]

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Facing an Unclaimed Property Audit

Best Practices, Compliance, Escheat Consulting, State Escheatment, Unclaimed Property Audit, Unclaimed Property Reporting

This post by Gail Warner, President of Keane Unclaimed Property, appeared on Keane Unclaimed Property’s corporate blog, “KeaneObservations” written by Peter Teuten, Keane Unclaimed Property’s risk management expert. I’m picking up where Peter left off last week regarding the topic of unclaimed property audit and how it relates to risk management and compliance. The words audit and […]

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Unclaimed Property & Reporting: Ignorance Is Risk

Best Practices, Seminars, Unclaimed Property Audit, Unclaimed Property Reporting

By Peter Teuten, President of Keane Unclaimed Property’s Business Risk Management Solutions Ignorance is bliss – right? I think we have all come to view that cliché with disdain during the economic crisis. The known risk is often the most easy to manage. The hidden risk is obviously less easy to measure, manage and monitor. […]

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