by Lance Wallach, CLU, CHFC
This article originally appeared at hg,org.
US persons often avoid taxes by hiding money offshore The FBAR covers a calendar year and must be filed no later than June 30th of the following year and includes any interest a U.S. person has. The Bank Secrecy Act requires that a Form TD F 90-22.1,(replaced by FinCEN Report 114 in 2013) of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR), be filed if the aggregate balances of such foreign accounts exceed $10,000 at any time during the year.
This form is used as part of the IRS's enforcement initiative against abusive offshore transactions and attempts by:
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