Republished with permission. This post was written by Helen Burggraf and originally appeared on October 16, 2020 on the American Expat Financial News Journal website.
Another Update October 19, 2020 – The Filing Deadline Is Now October 31, 2020
BREAKING, continued: (FinCEN) has now posted an explanation for its removal of its surprise Oct.16th announcement that it was changing the final deadline for FBARs to Dec 31. (It was "incorrect")…New deadline is Oct 31 https://t.co/CYrHLe9DtV @ExpatriationLaw pic.twitter.com/LG9ExdeT0r
— Helen Burggraf (@helenburggraf) October 19, 2020
And back to the original post …
BREAKING: The US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has quietly removed from its website its surprise announcement, posted just 2 days ago, that the final deadline for FBARs had been moved to Dec. 31, from Oct.15 (yesterday)…https://t.co/CYrHLe9DtV @ExpatriationLaw pic.twitter.com/qKH2HMyZRC
— Helen Burggraf (@helenburggraf) October 16, 2020
The U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has quietly removed from its website its surprise announcement, posted just two days ago, that the final deadline for Foreign Bank Account Report (FBAR) filings had been moved to Dec. 31, from Oct. 15 (yesterday).