Arizona Unclaimed Property Reporting
Gain a better understanding of the unclaimed property reporting requirements in Arizona. Arizona law requires businesses to annually review their records and report property that has been unclaimed for a certain abandonment period to the state or face costly penalties and interest assessments. This topic will cover the ins and outs of unclaimed property reporting in Arizona: who needs to report, what needs to be reported, how and when to file a return, and how the state uses the unclaimed property it collects.
Who should attend?
- What Is Arizona Unclaimed Property?Basics of Reporting
- Who Has to Report and Remit Unclaimed Property to Arizona?
- When Must Different Unclaimed Assets Be Reported?
- Additional RequirementsHow to File
- Reporting Requirements for the Current Year
- Unreported Property From Prior YearsAudits
- What Will the Auditor Review?
- Typical Issues Found During an Audit
- I Disagree With the Auditor's Findings – Now What?FAQs
- What Happens to Property Remitted to Arizona?
- How Are Funds Distributed?
- How Do I Claim Unclaimed Property?
- Treatment of Property Marked "Void" After a Certain Period
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