If you have clients whom you suspect have funds located outside the U.S., you should discuss them with their responsibility for filing the Foreign Bank and Financial Account Report, TD F 90-22.1, more commonly known as the FBAR. If they reside overseas the recent changes in IRS procedures for those who have previously failed to file FBARs may benefit some of them.
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