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The FBAR must be filed when a U.S. person has foreign bank accounts with an aggregate high balance of $10,000 at any point during the tax year. Form 8938, by contrast, has different monetary thresholds depending upon the tax filing status and location of the taxpayer.
Use Form 8938 to report your specified foreign financial assets if the total value of all the specified foreign financial assets in which you have an interest is more than the appropriate reporting threshold.
You must file Form 8938 if: You are a specified person (either a specified individual or a specified domestic entity). ... You have an interest in specified foreign financial assets required to be reported.
To get into the nitty gritty of it, if you're a U.S. taxpayer who lives outside of the U.S. and holds a total combined value of foreign assets worth more than $300,000 at any time during the year (or $200,000 on the last day of the year) you need to report it on Form 8938.
What's considered a foreign asset? Savings, deposit, checking and brokerage accounts held with a foreign financial institution, Stock or securities issued by a foreign corporation, A note, bond or debenture issued by a foreign person, A swap or similar agreement with a foreign counter-party,
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Examples of assets that may have to be reported include foreign stock, interests in foreign partnerships, foreign estates, foreign mutual funds, swaps, options and derivative contracts, and foreign pensions. Foreign bank holdings may have to be reported, even if a 90-22.1 (FBAR) form was or will be filed.
If you are required to file Form 8938, you must report your financial accounts maintained by a foreign financial institution. Examples of financial accounts include: Savings, deposit, checking, and brokerage accounts held with a bank or broker-dealer.
A specified foreign financial asset is: Any financial account maintained by a foreign financial institution. This does not include a U.S. payer (such as a U.S. domestic financial institution), the foreign branch of a U.S. financial institution, or the U.S. branch of a foreign financial institution.
It is a form that discloses accounts and assets held in other countries outside of the United States. If you have a requirement to make a report of your foreign assets and/or accounts under FATCA, you will need to file the IRS Form 8938 with your federal income tax return each year to comply with IRS requirements.
Use Form 8938 to report your specified foreign financial assets if the total value of all the specified foreign financial assets in which you have an interest is more than the appropriate reporting threshold.

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