About FATCA

  • The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) was added to the United States Internal Revenue Code and signed into law on March 2010 as a part ofthe US Hiring Initiatives to Restore Employment Act. The goal of FATCA is to deter tax evasion by imposing information reporting requirements to the IRS on financial institutions throughout the world with respect to US persons with accounts at those institutions.Financial institutions that do not comply with the FATCA requirements…Read More

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