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FBAR (Foreign Bank Account Reporting)

Specified foreign financial assets include the following:

  • Financial accounts maintained by a foreign financial institution
  • The following foreign financial assets if they are held for investment and not held in an account maintained by a financial institution:
  • Stock or securities issued by someone that is not a U.S. person (including stock or securities issued by a person organized under the laws of a U.S. possession)
  • Any interest in a foreign entity
  • Any financial instrument or contract that has an issuer or counterparty that is not a U.S. person (including a financial contract issued by, or with, a counterparty that is a person organized under the laws of a U.S. possession).

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FBAR (Foreign Bank Account Reporting)

Specified foreign financial assets include the following:

  • Financial accounts maintained by a foreign financial institution
  • The following foreign financial assets if they are held for investment and not held in an account maintained by a financial institution:
  • Stock or securities issued by someone that is not a U.S. person (including stock or securities issued by a person organized under the laws of a U.S. possession)
  • Any interest in a foreign entity
  • Any financial instrument or contract that has an issuer or counterparty that is not a U.S. person (including a financial contract issued by, or with, a counterparty that is a person organized under the laws of a U.S. possession).

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FBAR (Foreign Bank Account Reporting)

Specified foreign financial assets include the following:

  • Financial accounts maintained by a foreign financial institution
  • The following foreign financial assets if they are held for investment and not held in an account maintained by a financial institution:
  • Stock or securities issued by someone that is not a U.S. person (including stock or securities issued by a person organized under the laws of a U.S. possession)
  • Any interest in a foreign entity
  • Any financial instrument or contract that has an issuer or counterparty that is not a U.S. person (including a financial contract issued by, or with, a counterparty that is a person organized under the laws of a U.S. possession).

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