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Delaware Proposes Unclaimed Property Regulations – No April Fools

by McDermott Will & Emery on

On Saturday, April 1, 2017, the Delaware Department of Finance (DOF) promulgated two regulations that would repeal all existing unclaimed property regulations and replace them with a single DOF regulation containing a revised...more

Unclaimed Property Advisory: Post-Delaware VDA Compliance – Reporting

by Alston & Bird on

Hundreds of holders have voluntarily enrolled in the Delaware Secretary of State’s (SOS) Unclaimed Property Voluntary Disclosure Agreement (VDA) program since its implementation in 2012, with many of the VDAs closing within...more

Race to the Finish: June 30 Deadline for Delaware’s New Unclaimed Property Voluntary Disclosure Program

by Reed Smith on

June 30 is the deadline to enter into the new Unclaimed Property Voluntary Disclosure Program — run by Delaware’s Secretary of State (“SOS”)— which temporarily supplants the State Escheator’s voluntary disclosure process. Any...more

Reed Smith Hosts Q & A on Unclaimed Property With Delaware Secretary of State – Audits to Begin Again on February 1

by Reed Smith on

For more than an hour on January 8, Delaware Secretary of State Jeffrey Bullock and an attorney administering the new program, Geoffrey Sawyer, took questions from Sara Lima and Michael Wynne of Reed Smith’s State Tax Group....more

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