Our Unclaimed Property Team examines the potential adverse impacts on holders as Colorado joins the list of states updating their unclaimed property laws by adopting a version of RUUPA that repeals its existing $25 reporting deduction but preserves the state’s existing treatment of gift cards.
Impacted holders should consider redomestication
Will the state apply the repeal retroactively and attempt to claw back deducted funds?
Gift cards and gift certificates – maintaining the status quo
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Over the past two years, a series of sea-change developments in the unclaimed property compliance arena has impacted corporations in the U.S. As part of this series of articles produced by Duff & Phelps asking what's next, Kendall Houghton considers how investment assets will continue to generate audit disputes and litigation.
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Our Unclaimed Property Group looks ahead to 2018’s perfect storm of holder- and state-initiated litigation and more.
Litigation – what happened and what’s next
Adopting the Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act
The ABA’s Model Unclaimed Property Act
Delaware’s VDA program
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Illinois passed its first budget in two years – and snuck in (a modified version of) the 2016 Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act. Our Unclaimed Property Team unearths the Act’s numerous provisions, many of them unfavorable for holders.
Eliminating the B2B exemption
Other variations from the uniform Act and current Illinois law
Potential legal hurdles
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