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UNCLAIMED PROPERTY FOCUS is a blog written by and for UPPO members, featuring diverse perspectives and insights from unclaimed property practitioners across the U.S. and Canada. We welcome your submissions to Unclaimed Property Focus. Please contact Tim Dressen via tim@uppo.org with any questions about submitting a blog post for consideration and refer to our editorial guidelines when writing your blog post. Disclaimer: Information and/or comments to this blog is not intended as a substitute for legal advice on compliance or reporting requirements.

 

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Unclaimed Property News Roundup

Posted By UPPO, Friday, September 18, 2020
Updated: Thursday, September 17, 2020

Unclaimed property often makes news headlines, and UPPO occasionally provides a snapshot of some of the more interesting and entertaining stories receiving coverage from local and national media outlets.

Fall Reporting Tips

Unclaimed property professionals are gearing up for fall reporting season. On Sept. 10, with the help of UPPO member True Partners Consulting, CFO Daily News provided holders with tips for successful escheatment during the COVID-19 era.

The Charm of Small-Town News

Replacing some ratty carpeting or scratched up floor boards may not seem like the stuff of headlines, but it apparently is when you live in Pine Bluffs, Wyoming (population 1,169). Pine Bluffs Post reported on Sept. 10, 2020, that the Radcliffe family is using $4,071 in recovered unclaimed property for new flooring for their home.

He Probably Thought His Mom Threw Them Away

Many grown men have waxed nostalgic over how much their boyhood baseball card collections would be worth if mom hadn’t tossed them. Well, maybe she didn’t. On Sept. 9, Fox 2 Now in St. Louis reported on a citizen who was reunited with a forgotten collection of sports cards. The state of Missouri reunited Kevin Kelly with his collection, valued at tens of thousands of dollars, which had been stored in a safe deposit box before the owner forgot about it and lost contact with his bank.

Scam Accusations

Unclaimed property scams crop up with great frequency. The latest one making the news, reported on Aug. 23 by The Oklahoman, involves three men accused of diverting unclaimed oil and gas mineral interests. The three men allegedly funneled funds from suspended mineral rights accounts to bogus companies they created shortly before the property would have otherwise been escheated to the state.

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Seven Reasons to Participate in UPPO’s Unclaimed Property Certificate Program This Year

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Registration is currently open for UPPO’s Unclaimed Property Certificate Program, and 2020/21 is a better time than ever to participate. Here are seven reasons to participate this year:

  1. Gain recognition within your company. Employers may not always appreciate the scope of unclaimed property professionals’ work. However, achieving a certificate within your profession is a mark of achievement everyone can easily grasp and appreciate. Earning a certificate means you’ve demonstrated a level of expertise in your field.
  2. You’ll become more effective and confident in your responsibilities. You’ll learn the fundamentals of compliance at a deeper level than you could in one education session. 
  3. Grow as a professional. It’s always good to challenge yourself and learn something new. 
  4. Many of the basic tier and all of the intermediate tier sessions are available on-demand, providing flexibility for you to learn when and where it’s convenient. 
  5. For the first time, this year UPPO members have the option to test out of the basic tier and proceed directly to the intermediate tier course work.
  6. For many people, the pandemic has resulted in less time commuting to and from work, fewer entertainment options and more time at home. If you’re trying to use some of those extra hours for personal and professional development, the Certificate Program is an ideal option.
  7. Registration will remain open through January 2021, providing greater flexibility for budgeting.

Learn more about UPPO’s Unclaimed Property Certificate Program.

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2020 Fall Reporting Guide Part 4 (South Carolina – Wyoming)

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Fall reporting season is again fast approaching. Most U.S. states require holders to file reports by either Oct. 31 or Nov. 1. Following are reporting deadlines for these states, along with helpful links. This list is not exclusive to a specific holder industry, so please check the states’ websites for information on industry-specific reporting information and deadlines. Because of the amount of information included, this guide will be published in four parts:

 

Part 1 covered Alabama through Hawaii.

Part 2 covered Idaho through Minnesota.

Part 3 covered Mississippi through Rhode Island.

Part 4 covers South Carolina through Wyoming.


South Carolina

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested by email before the report due date.

 

Contact: unclaimed@sto.sc.gov or (803) 737-4771

South Carolina holder resources


Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • The State Treasurer's Office requires holders to remit funds electronically. This ensures payment is received and posted promptly and reduces the risk of late fees. Funds can be remitted to our office via ACH or Bank Wire. Remittance instructions may be found here: https://southcarolina.findyourunclaimedproperty.com/app/remitting-guidelines


South Dakota

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested in writing before the report due date.

 

Contact: holders@sdtreasurer.gov or (605) 773-3379

South Dakota holder resources


Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • New website features: A portal to upload the NAUPA II file was added last year to the site. South Dakota encourages everyone to use the portal. The state is working on a document upload portal for holders as well.
  • Due diligence guidance due to international mail processing being halted in many countries: Please attempt email or phone call.
  • Aggregate amount change: Amount is less than $10
  • Accepts both electronic uploads and encrypted email to holders@state.sd.us.
  • Office moved to 124 E Dakota Ave, Pierre, SD 57501. The Treasurer is still located at 500 E Capitol Ave, Ste 212, Pierre, SD 57501.
  • We are considering delaying the reporting and delivery of safe deposit box contents until January 2021. 


Tennessee

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020

Extensions: Extensions may be requested.

 

Contact: ucp.holders@tn.gov or (615) 253-5362

Tennessee holder resources


Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • Electronic uploads permitted to www.ReportItTN.gov.


Utah

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested in writing by Oct. 1.

 

Contact: holders@utah.gov or (801) 715-3300

Utah holder resources

 

Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • Electronic payments page improvements enable easier payments. 
  • Electronic payments permitted at https://mycash.utah.gov/app/submit-a-report.
  • COVID-19 temporary compliance changes: Utah will consider requests for delayed reporting based on the justification for extending reporting deadlines.


Virgin Islands

Report due: Oct. 31, 2020
Extensions: No details provided.

 

Contact: (340) 774-2991, ext. 4 (St. Thomas) or (340) 773-6449, ext. 4 (St. Croix)

Virgin Islands holder resources


Virginia

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested.

 

Contact: Trey.Wood@trs.virginia.gov

Virginia holder resources


Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • A new Special Notice for 2020-2021 is posted on the website.
  • COVID-19 temporary compliance changes: Virginia is requesting that all holders report electronically and remit by ACH/wire. Instructions can be found on our website at www.vamoneysearch.org/report
  • Contact change: Trey Wood is now the Manager for the Reporting area.
  • Both electronic uploads and encrypted email accepted: https://www.trs.virginia.gov/HoldersUpload


Washington

Report due: Oct. 31, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested in writing before the report due date. Include company name, holder number, reason for extension request and amount of time requested.

 

Contact: ucp@dor.wa.gov or (360) 534-1502

Washington holder resources


Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • Electronic uploads permitted. Go to ucp.dor.wa.gov and follow instructions to upload and pay electronically.
  • Payment must be made electronically to avoid penalty. The payment must be received by due date of Oct. 31.
  • Holders should start reporting last activity dates if possible. The 2021 report will require last activity dates be reported for each owner. 


West Virginia

Report due: Oct. 31, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested.

 

Contact: Eholder_Support@wvsto.com or (800) 642-8687

West Virginia holder resources

Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Website URL change to: https://wv.findyourunclaimedproperty.com/app/reporting-guidelines
  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • West Virginia now has a secure online portal where a NAUPA file can be uploaded that does not require an account. It can be found here: https://wv.findyourunclaimedproperty.com/app/submit-a-report. The state also should have a payment portal available on our website before Fall Reporting deadlines.
  • .HDE encrypted files are no longer accepted.
  • Electronic uploads permitted at https://wv.findyourunclaimedproperty.com/app/submit-a-report and select the Upload a Report link.
  • West Virginia should have a payment portal before Fall Reporting deadlines that accepts electronic debit payments (Echeck/Credit Card). Please see the remittance instructions here: https://wv.findyourunclaimedproperty.com/app/reporting-guidelines.
  • If uploading a report and paying electronically, West Virginia asks that no paperwork be mailed to our office. If a holder cannot meet the Nov 1 reporting deadline due to COVID or other reason, please fill out and submit an Extension Request form located on our website: https://wv.findyourunclaimedproperty.com/app/reporting-guidelines.


Wisconsin

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested.

 

Contact: DORWIHolderReports@wisconsin.gov or (608) 264-4594

Wisconsin holder resources

Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated. 
  • Please make sure that payments aren't made twice. If you pay while submitting your report online and pay again, we will withdraw your funds twice.
  • Electronic uploads permitted. See https://www.revenue.wi.gov/Pages/UnclaimedProperty/holder.aspx for details.
  • Do NOT send ACH credit or EFT. Use ACH debit or check or pay online at https://tap.revenue.wi.gov/UCPHolder/_/#3 (select return payment)

 

Wyoming

Report due: Nov. 1, 2019
Extensions: Extensions may be requested.

 

Contact: upreports@wyo.gov or (307) 777-5590

Wyoming holder resources

Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Electronic uploads permitted at https://wyoming.findyourunclaimedproperty.com/app/submit-a-report

 

For detailed information about reporting deadlines, dormancy periods, due diligence requirements, exemptions and deductions, electronic filing and much more, UPPO members can refer to the Jurisdiction Resource Guide.

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2020 Fall Reporting Guide Part 3 (Mississippi – Rhode Island)

Posted By Administration, Thursday, August 27, 2020

Fall reporting season is again fast approaching. Most U.S. states require holders to file reports by either Oct. 31 or Nov. 1. Following are reporting deadlines for these states, along with helpful links. This list is not exclusive to a specific holder industry, so please check the states’ websites for information on industry-specific reporting information and deadlines. Because of the amount of information included, this guide will be published in four parts:

 

Part 1 covered Alabama through Hawaii.

Part 2 covered Idaho through Minnesota.

Part 3 covers Mississippi through Rhode Island.

Part 4 will cover South Carolina through Wyoming.



Mississippi

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: No details provided


Contact: UPReporting@treasury.ms.gov or (601) 359-2513

Mississippi holder resources


Missouri

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested in writing at least 30 days before the reporting due date.


Contact: ucp@treasurer.mo.gov or (573) 751-0123

Missouri holder resources


Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • COVID-19 temporary compliance changes: For November 2019, there was a 30-day extension granted. Missouri has not yet determined if that will be available for November 2020; automatic 30 day filing extension with an email request
  • All reports containing 50 or more owners must be report electronically.
  • Permits both electronic uploads and encrypted email.
  • The Missouri State Treasurer's Office understands that businesses are likely to be impacted by COVID-19 and subsequent business interruptions etc. Because of this, holders that require an extension for reporting unclaimed property will be granted a 30-day extension when requested in writing. Holders needing more than 30 days, but not exceeding 90 days, should put the additional time requested in writing. Please reach out to UCP@treasurer.mo.gov with written requests or with any questions.


Montana

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: No details provided.


Contact: UnclaimedProperty@mt.gov or (406) 444-6900

Montana holder resources


Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Permits electronic uploads.
  • Holder report and payments can now be submitted directly through the department's website.


Nebraska

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested.


Contact: NST.HolderReporting@nebraska.gov or (877) 572-9688

Nebraska holder resources


Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • New website URL: NebraskaLostCash.gov
  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • Nebraska is planning to implement online holder payments by the reporting deadline of Nov. 1.
  • Reach out if you have any concerns related to your ability to perform requirements requiring international mail, which may be disrupted as a result of COVID-19.
  • Nebraska will no longer accept HDE files.
  • Permits electronic uploads; follow instructions on NebraskaLostCash.gov
  • Nebraska accepts check, ACH credit, and soon ACH debit.
  • The ACH credit instructions are unchanged. ACH debit option will be a click through on our website once you submit your report, you can then submit your payment information.
  • Any COVID-19 or other concerns can be addressed with the holder reporting team. Extensions of the deadline can be made as necessary.
  • Additional information.


Nevada

Report due: Oct. 31, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested.


Contact: nvholder@nevadatreasurer.gov or (702) 486-4140

Nevada holder resources


Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • Permits electronic uploads through reporting website.
  • Remittance via ACH debit only, through website, unless prior written authorization has been received.
  • Holder manual contains information regarding changes to Nevada statute effective July 1, 2019.


New Hampshire

Report due: Oct. 31, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested in writing before the reporting deadline.


Contact: ap@treasury.state.nh.us or (603) 271-2619

New Hampshire holder resources


Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • New website URL: https://newhampshire.findyourunclaimedproperty.com/
  • New website features: Direct upload of reports and ability to create an online manual report.
  • Send international due diligence if possible. For countries where mail can't be sent at present, please continue to hold those properties until such time statutory due diligence can be completed.
  • Effective July 1, 2019, New Hampshire no longer accepts reports on any type of removable media (I.e. CDs, DVDs, Blu-Ray disks, diskettes and USB drives).
  • Report electronically directly to the state website reporting portal whenever possible.
  • Notarization of reporting document requirements has not been waived during the pandemic.
  • Permits electronic uploads via https://newhampshire.findyourunclaimedproperty.com/app/submit-a-report
  • At time of upload, please initiate electronic payment, or send corresponding check.


New Jersey

Report due: Oct. 31, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested.


Contact: unclaimedreports@treas.nj.gov or (609) 292-9200

New Jersey holder resources


Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • New Online Holder Reporting Application.
  • No longer accepts HDE.
  • Reports accepted through the online Holder Reporting Application only.


New Mexico

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested.


Contact: Email form or (505) 827-0762

New Mexico holder resources

 

Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • Electronic uploads and encrypted email permitted. Contact department for a secure link or email reports to Stephanie,dennis@state.nm.us

 

North Carolina

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested by Oct. 1.


Contact: upreports@nctreasurer.com or (919) 814-4200

North Carolina holder resources


North Dakota

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested in writing.


Contact: unclaimed@nd.gov or (701) 328-2800

North Dakota holder resources


Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • North Dakota has added an electronic remittance preference to its website.
  • Notice change: For third parties, it is imperative they do NOT put the North Dakota phone number on all letters (In the footer for example). North Dakota contact information should only go on letters to North Dakota residents.
  • Electronic uploads permitted via https://unclaimedproperty.nd.gov/app/submit-a-report.
  • Remittance preference is the EFT on the website.
  • EFT payment due at time of online reporting.


Ohio

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested.


Contact: UnfdClaims.UnfdClaims@com.ohio.gov or (614) 466-4433

Ohio holder resources


Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • When possible, file electronically a report of unclaimed funds on the Ohio Business Gateway.
  • Please check files and forms before submission. Items are often in wrong columns or fields or report doesn't total.
  • No new forms, but NONE or Zero dollar reports will now need to be filed online, at the Ohio Business Gateway. As usual, this can be accessed on Ohio’s website. If unique circumstances require that a paper NONE Report needs to be filed, then a formal request must be submitted by email to the Division.
  • Electronic uploads permitted; OBG - NAUPA file or text file.


Oklahoma

Report due: Oct. 31, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested in writing on company letterhead before the report due date.


Contact: holderinfo@treasurer.ok.gov or (405) 521-4273

Oklahoma holder resources

 

Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • COVID-19 temporary compliance changes: A revised Verification & Checklist not requiring notarization is available on the website.
  • Electronic uploads permitted.
  • New remittance address: 9520 N May, Lower Level Oklahoma City, OK 73120


Oregon

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested.

 

Contact: holder@state.or.us or (503) 986-5200

Oregon holder resources


Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • Oregon has added document upload capability to its website after holders have submitted their report through our system.
  • Online electronic uploads permitted at unclaimed.oregon.gov
  • If you are dealing with international addresses and can't get mail delivered due to COVID-19, Oregon allows reaching out by other methods. We also will allow an extension of time to file if you need it for this reporting cycle. The request form is available on our website.
  • Oregon no longer accept credit card payments; now accepting online ACH Debit/eCheck payments.


Rhode Island

Report due: Oct. 31, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested.

 

Contact: ups@treasury.ri.gov or (401) 462-7676

Rhode Island holder resources

 

For detailed information about reporting deadlines, dormancy periods, due diligence requirements, exemptions and deductions, electronic filing and much more, UPPO members can refer to the Jurisdiction Resource Guide.

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2020 Fall Reporting Guide Part 2 (Idaho – Minnesota)

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Fall reporting season is again fast approaching. Most U.S. states require holders to file reports by either Oct. 31 or Nov. 1. Following are reporting deadlines for these states, along with helpful links. This list is not exclusive to a specific holder industry, so please check the states’ websites for information on industry-specific reporting information and deadlines. Because of the amount of information included, this guide will be published in four parts:

 

Part 1 covered Alabama through Hawaii.

Part 2 covers Idaho through Minnesota.

Part 3 will cover Mississippi through Rhode Island.

Part 4 will cover South Carolina through Wyoming.


Idaho

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested before the report due date.


Contact: UCPBusinessQuestions@sto.idaho.gov or (208) 332-2942 or (877) 388-2942
Idaho holder resources

 

Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • COVID-19 temporary compliance changes: Holders can receive extensions on a case-by-case basis.
  • Idaho does not require a zero report unless the holder is headquartered or domiciled in Idaho.
  • Electronic report submission permitted.

 

Indiana

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested at least 30 days before the reporting due date.


Contact: updholder@atg.in.gov, (317) 234-9768
Indiana holder resources

 

Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Handbook has not been updated, but this was added to the website: "Federal Tax Withholding Requirements for Individual Retirement Accounts Effective January 1, 2020."
  • Please do not send worthless securities.
  • Electronic uploads permitted.
  • NAUPA formatted files only.
  • EFT payment due at the time the report is filed.

 

Iowa

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested before the reporting due date.


Contact: upreport@tos.iowa.gov or (515) 281-7546
Iowa holder resources

 

Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

 

Kansas

Report due: Nov. 2, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested


Contact: KSHolder@treasurer.ks.gov or (785) 291-3173
Kansas holder resources

 

Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • Kansas grants an automatic 60 day extension of Nov. 1 reporting for Safe Deposit Box and Safe Keeping type properties only to Jan. 1, 2021. If an additional extension past Jan. 1, 2021, is necessary, please complete and submit an extension request form via email to KSHolder@treasurer.ks.gov.
  • Kansas will consider international mail disruption resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic as a reason for a holder to file a reporting extension request for the Nov. 1 reporting deadline. This is for properties that require due diligence mailed internationally only.
  • Noteworthy trend: Tax ID entered into the wrong field or in the description field.
  • Electronic uploads permitted at https://online.treasurer.state.ks.us/public_upload_1.php.
  • Kansas will be flexible and work with holders if they need extensions for the Nov. 1 reporting deadline. Also, since Nov. 1 is on a Sunday this year, the deadline will be Monday, Nov. 2.  Kansas requires reports postmarked on the deadline, not sent in by.

 

Kentucky

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested


Contact: Unclaimed.property@ky.gov or (800) 465-4722

Kentucky holder resources

 

Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Electronic uploads permitted.

 

Louisiana

Report due: Oct. 31, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested before the report due date.


Contact: (888) 925-4127

Louisiana holder resources

 

Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • COVID-19 temporary compliance changes: Louisiana is strongly urging all holders to upload reports and pay by ACH through its website. The state has not determined if electronic payments will be mandatory but is considering this measure if a large part of its staff is working remotely in October. 
  • Aggregate amount change: Aggregate limit is $10 (reduced from $50).
  • Electronic uploads permitted through website secure portal.

 

Maine

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested before the report due date.


Contact: up.holderinquiry@maine.gov or (207) 624-7470

Maine holder resources

 

Maryland

Report due: Oct. 31, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested before the filing deadline.


Contact: upholder@marylandtaxes.gov or (410) 767-1700

Maryland holder resources

 

Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

 

Massachusetts

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested


Contact: UCPReporting@tre.state.ma.us or (617) 367-0400

Massachusetts holder resources

 

Notes from UPPO’s state administrator survey:

  • Holder manual/handbook updated.
  • Massachusetts has gone paperless. All reports must be uploaded to our website.
  • Electronic uploads permitted at https://www.findmassmoney.com/app/submit-a-report.
  • Massachusetts no longer accepts checks. All payment must be made via EFT – ACH, credit or wire. No payments via mail.
  • All holders must complete an Authorization Agreement for EFTs annually.
  • Reports and payments should be sent at the same time.
  • Please be aware that Massachusetts has gone paperless. We no longer accept paper, CDs or checks. If these are submitted, they will be rejected and returned.

 

Minnesota

Report due: Nov. 1, 2020
Extensions: Extensions may be requested.


Contact: holder.unclaimed@state.mn.us or (651) 539-1545

Minnesota holder resources

 

For detailed information about reporting deadlines, dormancy periods, due diligence requirements, exemptions and deductions, electronic filing and much more, UPPO members can refer to the Jurisdiction Resource Guide.

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