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Unclaimed Property Reporting - Are You In Compliance?

Most states require the holder of “abandoned” or “unclaimed” property to report (and remit) such property after the expiration of a certain number of years (the “holding period”). These “escheat” laws generally apply to any...more

Delaware & New Jersey Abandoned & Unclaimed Property Developments

Delaware VDA’s - Legislation adopted in July 2012 authorizes Delaware’s Secretary of State (as opposed to the State Escheator) to enter into voluntary disclosure agreements with holders of unclaimed property who are...more

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