Posted: 03/12/20Plan in place for a statewide COVID-19 epidemic
Little Rock, Ark. – Arkansas Treasurer of State Dennis Milligan and Auditor of State Andrea Lea announced today their plans to ensure the state’s fiduciary responsibilities will not be interrupted in the case of a COVID-19 epidemic in Arkansas. The news comes on the heels of Gov. Asa Hutchinson Read More >
Little Rock, Ark - Arkansas Auditor of State Andrea Lea has been elected President of the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA). NAUPA is an affiliate of the National Association of State Treasurers with the purpose of increasing awareness of unclaimed property as a vital consumer protection program.
Lea, who is set to begin her second Read More >
Little Rock, Ark – The National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA) has released the results of its Executive Committee election in which Arkansas Auditor of State Andrea Lea has been elected to the position of Senior Vice President.
NAUPA is a professional organization with the purpose of promoting and strengthening interstate cooperation of unclaimed property administrators Read More >
Little Rock, Ark – Auditor of State Andrea Lea reflects on the loss of her senator and friend, Greg Standridge.
“Greg served honorably with humility and integrity. Often, Greg’s ability to work with others of differing persuasions set the standard for the rest of us. His battle with cancer was a testament to Greg Read More >
Little Rock, Ark – Auditor of State Andrea Lea announced her appointment of Skot Covert to serve as her Chief of Staff.
Covert, a native of Franklin County, has served as Lea’s Communications Director for the past two years. Covert facilitated the digital advertising innovation of the Auditor’s Great Arkansas Treasure Hunt as Read More >
MEDIA CONTACT: Skot Covert 501-681-7480 firstname.lastname@example.org
Little Rock, Ark – Today Auditor of State Andrea Lea announced an extension of the unclaimed property reporting deadline for businesses and entities impacted by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
State statute mandates that businesses holding unclaimed assets which have gone unreturned to the owner Read More >
Auditor of State Andrea Lea has announced the 2nd annual Unclaimed Property Holders Training Seminar will take place on September 19 in Little Rock. For further event details and to register, click here.
CPA’S WILL EARN 3 CPE CREDITS IN SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE
Are you tasked with the responsibility of unclaimed Read More >
LITTLE ROCK, Ark – Today Arkansas Auditor of State Andrea Lea announced the Great Arkansas Treasure Hunt has added new cash assets available to claim. Lea reports that there is now over $317,000,000 owed to Arkansans.
The Treasure Hunt, which is refreshed annually, is Arkansas’ unclaimed property program. Cash assets and safe-deposit box contents are turned over Read More >
Little Rock, Ark – Auditor of State Andrea Lea is encouraging Arkansans to exercise caution when approached by individuals or entities offering assistance to claim abandoned assets.
These entities and individuals are referred to as "finders." Finders approach Arkansans who are known to have unclaimed assets and offer to claim those assets on the owner' Read More >
Little Rock, Ark – Members of the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators recently convened to elect executive committee officers. Officers elected include Arkansas Auditor of State Andrea Lea, who will serve as Southern Region Vice President.
“I’m honored to have been selected by my colleagues. I believe this is a reflection of the Read More >
Little Rock, Ark – Today Auditor of State Andrea Lea presented her budget for the 2017-2018 fiscal year to the legislative Joint Budget Committee. Her proposed budget includes reductions in operating expenses and reductions in staff.
“Since taking office in 2015 I have actively searched for opportunities to reduce cost and improve efficiencies. The budget I proposed Read More >