What is an FBAR?

FBAR stands for ‘Foreign Bank Account Report’, a reporting requirement for Americans who have a total of over $10,000 in foreign financial accounts at any time during a year.

FBAR News

Foreign financial accounts include most kinds of bank and investment accounts. Americans who meet the $10,000 in foreign accounts threshold have to report their accounts by filing FinCEN Form 114 online.

What Is FBAR?

What Is FBAR?

FBAR is the Foreign Bank Account Report. FBAR requires that if you have a foreign financial account or even signature authority over a foreign account, then you must file an FBAR Report. It is the Form TD F 90-22.1. Foreign financial accounts include bank accounts, brokerage accounts, mutual fund, trust or other types of foreign […]

IRS FBAR Voluntary Disclosure Program vs Quiet Disclosure

IRS FBAR Voluntary Disclosure Program vs Quiet Disclosure

“It remains uncertain whether the IRS would or could effectively pursue those residing outside the United States in any realistic manner.” “Could the government actually carry their burden of demonstrating that the taxpayer “willfully” violated the FBAR filing requirements?” … U.S. taxpayers residing in the United States having previously undisclosed interests in foreign financial accounts […]