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The IRS and Offshore Tax Evasion - U.S. Foreign Grantor Trusts: FBAR

The IRS and Offshore Tax Evasion - U.S. Foreign Grantor Trusts: FBAR

“Reporting on Form TD F 90-22.1 is required for each calendar year that a U.S. person maintains such interest or authority over foreign financial accounts. Persons having a financial interest in 25 or more foreign financial accounts are required only to note that fact on the form, i.e. a general statement indicating that information on all such accounts will be available upon request. (31 CFR § 103.24 Such persons will be required to provide detailed information concerning each account when so requested by the Secretary or his delegate.)

The Form TD F 90-22.1 is filed with the U.S. Department of the Treasury, P.O. Box 32621, Detroit, MI 48232-0621, or it may be hand carried to any local office of the Internal Revenue Service for forwarding to the Department of the Treasury in Detroit, MI. The Form TD F 90¬-22.1 must be filed on or before June 30 each calendar year. An extension for filing one’s U.S. income tax return does not extend the deadline for making a TD F 90-22.1 filing.”

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