blog posts UAFR Weekly Tips Nov 2, 2022 2:00 pmAccounting and BudgetingFY 23Is your unit anticipating an incoming wire transfer or ACH payment from an external party? If so, see below for some tips to keep in mind:We recommend that you subscribe to UAFR’s Unclaimed Bank Wires listserv, which is the ideal way to stay informed of any unclaimed bank wires, ACHs, or EFTs that the University of Illinois System has received and which have not yet been claimed. The benefits of subscribing include: Receiving an automated email update anytime an unclaimed wire, ACH, or EFT is received; and Having the ability to scan through various unclaimed wires, ACHs, or EFTs that UAFR is currently investigating to see if any of these unclaimed payments belong to your department.To subscribe to this listserv, click on the Subscribe link located in the upper left-hand corner of the Unclaimed Bank Wires webpage. Then, simply enter your name and email address and click on the green Subscribe button, and you’ll be officially added to the distribution list for future email notifications. In addition to subscribing to this listserv, it’s also important to remember to download, complete, and submit an Anticipated Incoming Wire Transfer Form anytime that you are expecting receipt of an incoming wire transfer, ACH, or EFT payment (this form can be found at the bottom of UAFR’s Forms webpage). UAFR can then use that completed form to efficiently locate and credit these payments to your applicable C-FOAP on a timely basis once they are received. ContactFor questions or further details, refer to our subject matter expert listed in the Bank Wire Receipts section of UAFR’s Who to Ask list.