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Unclaimed Property Reporting: Why Waiting Doesn’t Pay

Most companies only worry about unclaimed property reporting when it is time to report their dormant records to the state. While this might ensure that your company is being compliant, is it really the most economical way for your company to manage their escheatment liability? More and more companies are focusing on the due diligence/pre-escheat […]

Andy Anton

Account Executive

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Ebook: Connecting the dots of Unclaimed property

Oftentimes organizations are unsure where to begin when it comes to unclaimed property processes and procedures. Check out this free eBook that provides a solid base to get your company on track when it comes to unclaimed property compliance. www.byetm.com/download-free-ebook-on-connecting-the-dots/ Danielle HerringProduct Manager, UPExchangeMore Posts

Danielle Herring

Product Manager, UPExchange

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Reduction of Dormancy Period for Payroll Checks in Missouri

Missouri House Bill 1075 introduced some changes to unclaimed property filing for the state. The change that has the biggest impact is that payroll checks, property type MS01, are now reportable after 3 years of dormancy. This was reduced from a 5 year dormancy period. This change is effective January 1, 2015. What is the […]

Danielle Herring

Product Manager, UPExchange

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Texas Requires Online Filing

Texas recently announced that they will no longer accept your unclaimed property reports on CD or diskette. Click here to see the full announcement on the state’s website. This goes into effect with the report due July 1, 2014. Any reports that are not submitted online will be subject to rejection. Indiana has had this requirement […]

Danielle Herring

Product Manager, UPExchange

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California and Illinois Change Aggregate Limits

California and Illinois have both made changes to their aggregate dollar limits. Before I provide the details, I’d like to explain what the aggregate limit is for those who are unaware of this concept. A state’s aggregate limit is expressed as a dollar amount. If a state’s aggregate limit is $50, this means you can […]

Danielle Herring

Product Manager, UPExchange

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