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A Necessary Conversation: Explaining FBAR Filings to the Uninitiated

Explaining FBAR Filings to the Uninitiated

This is not the normal Briefly Taxing post.  Usually, I post articles written exclusively for the blog, but today I am excited to post an article I wrote for someone else.

In late July, I received a comment on the blog from an editor at Bloomberg Law, saying that she had read one of my posts, and asking whether I would be willing to write for them.

FBAR What to Say
Yes, I do. Heck yeah!


I pitched two ideas for an article, and they asked me to write both.


FBAR Shucks
Aw, shucks. Thanks Bloomberg!


So I did.

Explaining FBAR Filings to the Uninitiated

Earlier today, Bloomberg Law published my first article in their Tax Management Memorandum.  The article is entitled A Necessary Conversation: Explaining FBAR Filings to the Uninitiated, 62 Tax Mgmt. Memo. No. 19, 229 (Sept. 13, 2021).

Although Bloomberg Tax is a subscription service (and very worth it!), the editors have allowed me to reproduce it on the Blog.  If you’re curious, see below.  Happy reading!

  Article:  A Necessary Conversation – Bloomberg Tax Management Memorandum

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Reproduced with permission from Bloomberg Tax Management Memorandum (Copyright 2021 The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.) (800-372-1033) www.bloombergindustry.com.

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Tax analysis that you (actually) want to read:

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