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Unclaimed Property
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Businesses, organizations, and government entities in Pennsylvania must file an unclaimed property report with Treasury by April 15 of each year, even if they have no property to report.  Any holder that does not file a report by April 15 may be subject to interest and penalties.  These reporting requirements are supported by law under the Pennsylvania Abandoned and Unclaimed Property Act.

Audits & Investigations

12/2011
Unclaimed Property Audit: Philadelphia Housing Authority

07/2010
Unclaimed Property Audit: Scranton Single Tax Office

04/2010
Unclaimed Property Audit: Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania

02/2010
Unclaimed Property Audit: Delaware County Office of Judicial Support

02/2010
Unclaimed Property Audit: Capital Blue Cross

10/2009
Unclaimed Property Audit: School District of Philadelphia

07/2009
Unclaimed Property Audit: Lebanon County Earned Income Tax Bureau

06/2009
Unclaimed Property Audit: Allegheny County Department of Court Records

06/2009
Unclaimed Property Audit: Kovatch Corporation

06/2009
Unclaimed Property Audit: UPMC Mercy

06/2009
Unclaimed Property Audit: C J Systems Aviations Group, Inc.

05/2009
Unclaimed Property Audit: Quaker Chemical Corporation

05/2009
Unclaimed Property Audit: St. Mary Medical Center

05/2009
Unclaimed Property Audit:  Philip Rosenau Co., Inc.

03/2009
Unclaimed Property Audit: Montgomery Land Transfer, Inc.

03/2009
Unclaimed Property Audit: ServiceLink, L.P.

 

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