Foreign Bank Account Reporting for US Expats

$95+

Cost: $95 for up to 5 accounts, and $50 for each additional 5 accounts.

The FBAR is only required  if you have a financial interest in one or more overseas financial accounts and the total value of all of the financial accounts combined was $10,000 or more during any point during the tax year.

The FBAR (FinCEN Form 114) must be filed electronically with the US Treasury Department (not the IRS) by April 15th (April 18th in 2017). There is an automatic extension of 2 months for US citizens living abroad to June 15th. And this year, an additional automatic extension is available, which extends the due date to October 15th (October 16th in 2017).

Greenback always offers…

  • Dependability. You can count on your CPA or IRS Enrolled Agent working directly with you through the FBAR reporting process (and beyond!).
  • Expertise. We are experts in filing FBARs for our clients.
  • Security. We understand the importance of keeping your financial account information safe and secure. We only share information with you (and receive information from you) via a secure private folder, which uses the same security encryption as most banks use.
  • Easy to work with. We make it easy for you to get your FBAR filings done. You will work with the same accountant to file your FBAR as your tax return.