In recent years, states have been increasingly aggressive in the administration of unclaimed property laws. The Temple-Inland case represents the pinnacle of state aggression. The Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act of 2016 represents a potential legislative response to Temple-Inland. Holders should be cognizant of current trends in unclaimed property administration, and how state laws may change in the near future.
Listen to unclaimed property professionals from Baker Tilly and Horwood Marcus & Berk as they explore those issues and offer practice tips and their predictions on how unclaimed property laws will evolve over the next few years.
The program will help holders of unclaimed property:
- Understand Temple-Inland’s statute of limitations, record retention, and estimation techniques implications
- Discover Delaware’s response to Temple-Inland
- Learn what changes Delaware and other states are making to their administration processes and procedures
- Comprehend significant changes adopted in the Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act of 2016
- Gather practitioner insights from their substantial work with voluntary disclosures and examinations
- Gary Peric, Partner, Firm Leader of State and Local Tax, Baker Tilly
- Mark Heroux, Partner, Firm Leader of IRS Practice and Procedures and Unclaimed Property, Baker Tilly
- David Hughes, Partner, State and Local Tax, Horwood Marcus & Berk Chartered
For more information on this topic, or to learn how Baker Tilly tax specialists can help, contact our team.
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