General tips on the unclaimed property reporting process

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

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Unclaimed Property Education: A Free Seminar!

Understanding all the moving parts of Unclaimed Property can be a challenge. In this 30-minute recorded seminar, we have covered a few topics to assist you and your organization in understanding unclaimed property a little better. We have covered topics such as: Speaking the Language – Reviewing property codes and terms you need to know […]

Danielle Herring

Product Manager, UPExchange

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How to Successfully Navigate California’s Reporting Cycle

It’s been several years since California changed their reporting process, yet many holders are still confused. I’d like to help clear things up. Most states have one filing due date each year, where you send a list of lost owners and payment for the amount you are reporting. California has a cycle that includes 2 […]

Danielle Herring

Product Manager, UPExchange

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Need More Time to Prepare Your Report? File an Extension Request.

The big fall filing season is coming up fast. Many states have filing due dates of October 31st or November 1st. Are you ready? If not, don't panic. You may be able to file an extension request to buy more time. The states will take your request into consideration. Extensions are granted based on ‘good […]

Danielle Herring

Product Manager, UPExchange

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