11/29/2022 1:00 PM Eastern
11/29/2022 2:00 PM Eastern
The unclaimed property landscape is rapidly evolving. Join this discussion to learn about the top five emerging trends every organization should be aware of heading into 2023.
In the face of budget shortfalls and other financial challenges, states are shifting their focus to a more rigorous pursuit of unclaimed property in an effort to close budget deficits. This additional attention has led to state administrators proposing new regulations and statutes to increase the enforcement of unclaimed property requirements and identify and target noncompliant companies.
Companies should be aware of ongoing changes, such as renewed state enforcement actions, legislation updates, recent litigation related to unclaimed property, and other areas of potential exposure. With advance preparation and proactive steps, organizations can minimize unclaimed property risks, close existing process gaps, reduce financial impact, and take advantage of the latest opportunities to come into compliance.
After attending this webinar, you should be able to:
Regardless of your organization’s unclaimed property filing history, opportunities are on the horizon to come into compliance and close existing process gaps.
Amid a challenging climate, the time is now to prepare and act fast in understanding the exposure your organization might have and determining how best to navigate the changing unclaimed property landscape in the year ahead.
Finance and accounting professionals, tax practitioners, compliance and risk leaders, legal experts, unclaimed property specialists, and any other interested professionals
Michael Unger, Principal, Consulting
Drew Park, Consulting
Colin Young, Consulting
Jasmin Harris, Tax
For additional information on this event, please contact Jonathan Losey.
Program level: Overview
Advance preparation: None
Delivery method: Webinar (group internet based)
Field of study: Specialized knowledge
This session is recommended for 1.0 hour of CPE credit.
Additional CPE information
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