Keeping up with Compliance Changes

One of the most important pieces of unclaimed property is keeping up with compliance changes. There were more compliance changes than normal this year and they will impact your fall reporting. Many states have made changes to the property codes they will accept, the dormancy period for property types, due diligence amounts, report due dates, […]

Danielle Herring

Product Manager, UPExchange

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Are You Considering Outsourcing Your Unclaimed Property Processes?

Managing an organization’s unclaimed property can be a full-time job. With the complexities of regulatory requirements, the numerous due diligence and dormancy tracking rules by property type and state, along with due diligence requirements, also varying by state, record retention needs in case of an audit, as well as reporting to multiple states, the process […]

Sherry Hale

Marketing Manager

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Millennials in the Workplace

At a recent national conference attended by finance professionals, one of the topics for discussion was how to engage millennials in careers in the financial industry, specifically back-office and accounting careers. The consensus was that millennials are engaged by technology, and it is the responsibility of the employer to offer tools and applications that make […]

Ed Thomas

VP Major Accounts

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New York Advertising Requirements – Who? What? Where? When?

As we all know, not all states have the same requirements regarding the various steps it takes to complete your Unclaimed Property State Report. The state of New York requires that certain companies publish information about unclaimed property to newspapers. The advertising does not replace the need to send Due Diligence letters. It is required […]

Karen Jackson

Account Executive

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