Kansas City, Missouri – October 10, 2019: Card Compliant employee Amanda Culp recently assisted the Government Relations Advocacy Committee (GRAC) of the Unclaimed Property Professionals Organization (UPPO) with its inquiry to Texas regarding the State’s unclaimed property laws. Culp took the lead in drafting an inquiry letter that was ultimately submitted to Texas seeking clarification of the State’s new law on combined escheat reporting requirements for affiliated companies.
Amanda Culp is a seasoned unclaimed property attorney and a member GRAC for several years. GRAC is a committee of UPPO actively engaged in advocating positions regarding proposed and existing unclaimed property laws. UPPO is a national trade association of unclaimed property holders and service providers representing over 1450 unclaimed property professionals.
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Card Compliant provides technology driven services along with artificial intelligent technologies to address regulatory, legal and accounting compliance challenges in high data business environments. The company is actively involved in advocacy projects regarding state unclaimed property laws including direct work with states on several escheat laws. For more information visit www.cardcompliant.com.