Thursday, August 18, 2011
The law states that Illinios can seize "unclaimed wages, payroll, or salary, that has been outstanding for more than one year from the date of its issuance."
Cash-strapped states are rewriting unclaimed property laws as a way to claim more funds. Laura Lane, Vice President at Keane, told SellingPrepaid in February 2011 that Michigan lowered the dormancy period on unclaimed accounts payable funds from five years to three in order for the state to get a "one-time infusion of cash from the lower dormancy period."
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