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We're here to help make your FBAR Filing quick, easy and affordable. Simply choose from one of the filing methods below to get started today!

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Complete, review and submit your FBAR filing online in just minutes and let one of our FBAR filing agents process your filing on your behalf.

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FBAR Online

File your FBAR (Foreign Bank Account Report) online today using the most trusted online FBAR processing system available.

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FBAR Download

We also offer an optional FBAR Application Download for those whom prefer to download and compete a document. Once completed you may email, mail or fax the document back to us for processing.

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FBAR Call To File

Give us a call and we can process your application over the phone!

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FBAR Filing Foreign Bank Account Report

Who’s Required to File an FBAR?

The FBAR has to be received by the Department of the Treasury on or before June 30th of the year following the calendar year. The June 30 filing date might not be expanded.

What was the FBAR created for?

The FBAR must be received by the Department of the Treasury on or before June 30th of the year immediately following the calendar year being reported. The June 30 filing date may not be extended.

Can you extend the time needed to file an FBAR?

There isn’t any extension of time for filing an FBAR available. Extensions of time DON’T extend the time for filing an FBAR. Record Keeping Requirements. Individuals required to file an FBAR must keep records which contain the name in which each account is kept, the amount or alternative designation of the account, the name as well as address of the foreign financial institution that keeps the account, the kind of account, as well as the utmost account value of every account during the reporting interval.

The records should be kept for a period of FIVE years for review as provided by law and of the year following the calendar year reported. Keeping a copy of the filed FBAR can help meet the record keeping requirements. An official or employee who files an FBAR to report signature authority over the foreign financial account of a company isn’t needed to personally keep records involving these accounts.

Are there penalties for filing late or forgetting to file?

An individual who’s required to file an FBAR and neglects to correctly file could be subject to a civil penalty not to exceed $10,000 per infraction. The balance in the account is correctly reported as well as when there’s reasonable cause for the failure, no punishment will probably be inflicted. See 31 U.S.C. section 5321(a)(5).

FBAR Filing Foreign Bank Account Report

Who’s Required to File an FBAR? The FBAR has to be received by the Department of the Treasury on or before June 30th of the year following the calendar year. The June 30 filing date might not be expanded. What was the FBAR created for? The FBAR must be received by the Department of the Treasury on […]

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