Victoria Harwell

My name is Victoria Harwell and I am an Associate Marketing Specialist for Thomson Reuters. Within Thomson Reuters, I work with ONESOURCE Unclaimed Property and ONESOURCE Property Tax. I have a distinct passion for Marketing and Communications and am delighted to be part of a talented and dedicated team of marketing professionals in Tax & Accounting. I am based in the Chicago, IL office.

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Delaware Proposes Regulation for Certain Securities and Related Property

The securities proposed regulation defines “Securities and Related Property” as property that consists of: Intangible ownership interests in corporations, whether or not represented by a stock certificate, bonds, and other securities; Dividends, cash, stock and other distributions made (or attempted to be made) by issuers of securities in respect of … Read More

Third Circuit Provides Guidance on New Jersey Gift Card and Travelers Checks Unclaimed Property Revisions

Litigation was brought against New Jersey to challenge various aspects of the New Jersey legislation – 2010 N.J. Laws, Chapter 25 – that attempts to retroactively require reporting of gift cards/stored value cards (“SVCs”) to impose a “place of purchase presumption” for reporting of SVCs, and to significantly reduce the dormancy period for escheatment of … Read More

ONESOURCE Unclaimed Property Welcomes Jim Doody

Blog, ONESOURCE December 5, 2011

Starting today, Jim Doody has joined Thomson Reuters as a Senior Manager in the Boston office. Jim previously worked for The Gagnon Group LLC as Director of Unclaimed Property Services where he assisted clients with compliance issues, while providing unclaimed property services to Fortune 500 Companies. Before Gagnon, Jim served as Director for Kelmar Associates where he conducted … Read More

States Heighten Investigation of Unclaimed Property

According to an article in LifeHealthPro, in June 2011, California found insurance companies using the death master file only to terminate annuity policies with living benefits features, and not in finding beneficiaries of holders of life insurance policies that had died. A few weeks later, New York began investigating these policies too. Since then, Eric … Read More