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May 09
Unclaimed Property Roundtable “Compliance in a New, Aggressive Environment”
Chicago, Illinois
Wednesday May 9, 2018

The proposed changes to the Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act offer little in the way of relief for holders, and make way for new and aggressive powers for state auditing. In this exclusive DMA roundtable, we will discuss the best practices holders can employ to maintain robust compliance and hold auditors at bay.

 

DMA is hosting this invitation-only roundtable and luncheon addressing best practices for managing unclaimed property under proposed changes to the Uniform Act and state changes for auditing and compliance. This roundtable is CPE accredited, and seating is limited to two per company. 

 

Agenda: 

11:30 AM – 3:00 PM Lunch and Discussion

 

Discussion

  • National and Jurisdictional Updates – A soliloquy of “modernization”
  • The Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act of 2016 and the ABA revision of 2018
  • Aggressive new state laws impacting holders and owners
  • Delaware, Tennessee and Illinois developments
  • Trends for tomorrow

 

Lunch and AUPTC Unclaimed Property Software Presentation

Compliance Issues

  • Complications with dormancy, stale property management and record retention
  • The “uniform” due diligence letter – fact or fiction?
  • The B2B, exemptions, reductions and deductions – smoke and mirrors, or meat on the bone?
  • Issues and pitfalls for reporting and remitting 

 

Best Practices

  • Audit issues for owner redemptions and proof of identity
  • Signing your life away – report signatories and notarization
  • Automation and property management software
  • Owner redemptions – turning your cost center into a profit center
  • “Nobody tells me anything” – Coping with updates and law changes

 

Your response to this exclusive DMA Roundtable is greatly appreciated.  There is no fee to attend, lunch will be provided, and valet parking will be validated.

 

This seminar is intended for corporate tax professionals. Practitioners and representatives from State and Local Tax Agencies are not eligible to attend unless invited by DMA as a presenter. If you have any questions about this Roundtable or need assistance registering, please contact Sean Evans at 800-309-2110, ext. 2145.