File the Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR) as an Individual
This section applies only to individuals filing the FBAR (FinCEN Report 114) through FinCEN's BSA E-Filing System. An FBAR filer is considered an individual when he/she personally owns (or jointly owns with a spouse) a reportable foreign financial account that requires the filing of an FBAR for the reportable year.
NOTE: A non-individual FBAR filer, such as an attorney, CPA, or an enrolled agent filing the FBAR on behalf of a client must register to Become a BSA E-Filer and file as an institution rather than an individual.
NOTE: Please review the How to File the FBAR Electronically instructions before starting your FBAR. There may be browser settings required in order for your system to function properly.
Click the above button to download the Adobe PDF version of the individual FBAR. Once downloaded, fill out the report, sign and save a copy, and then proceed to Submit FBAR below. As a reminder, you must Download the Adobe Reader if you have not already done so.
Click the above button to access the submission page in order to electronically file your completed Individual FBAR. Enter your email address, first name, last name and phone number and then browse on your computer to locate the individual FBAR you have completed. Once attached, you can file your FBAR electronically by clicking submit, at which time you should receive an email notification of acceptance. The FBAR filing process is complete when you receive an email acknowledgment containing a BSA Identifier within a few days of filing your FBAR. Please retain these email notifications for record keeping purposes.