Sharing of best practices as it relates to unclaimed property

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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Why Cloud Based Compliance Programs Make Sense in Todays’ Rapidly Changing Business Environment

Using a cloud based compliance program such as an escheatment software program for reporting your company’s unclaimed property, has never been a more cost effective decision for your business. While cloud based programs have always offered companies advantages over locally loaded programs, there has always been push back from those who believe that a locally […]

Andy Anton

Account Executive

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Does Company Size Really Matter?

Regardless of your company size, virtually ALL companies have unclaimed property liabilities. The size of your company is indicative of how the process is managed internally. Smaller organizations have fewer property records to deal with and are less complex. Larger organizations are typically working with more types of properties and in larger volumes. Their organizational […]

Tania Moss

Account Executive

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Four Essential Considerations Regarding Online Reporting

The issue of online reporting is an important one. State legislation varies widely on when and how to submit unclaimed property reports, and many states now require that holders use an online reporting system in order to remain compliant. As you consider your options, it is important that your online reporting system is reliable and […]

Michael Jackson

System Architect, UPExchange

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