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ATTN: All American Citizens! Taxes! Citizen vs. Residency based taxation, FBAR, FATCA, please read!

ROC taxes, overseas payment of taxes, withholding rates, general tax liability issues, and other tax-related matters
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Re: ATTN: All American Citizens! Taxes! Citizen vs. Residency based taxation, FBAR, FATCA, please read!

Postby JeffG » 27 Apr 2016, 23:17

I use one rate that is published on the AIT website and it is normally published earlier than April, no? So if not than you have to calculate it yourself by averaging everything together like they do. It's one big CF as we all know.
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Re: ATTN: All American Citizens! Taxes! Citizen vs. Residency based taxation, FBAR, FATCA, please read!

Postby Flakman » 01 May 2016, 21:53

FBAR form and form 8938 instructions state should refer to www.fms.treas.gov website for previous year year-end exchange rate.....so I always use the exchange rate shown on this Treasure dept website for all tax related forms.
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