Federal Currency Transaction Report
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Currency Transaction ReportFINCEN Form Currency Transaction Report 104 Previous editions will not be accepted after September, 2011. (March 2011) Please type or print. Department of the Treasury FinCEN 1 (Complete all parts that apply--See Instructions) Check all box(es) that apply: Part I a Amends prior report b Multiple persons OMB No. 1506-0004 c Multiple transactions Person(s) Involved in Transaction(s) Section A--Person(s) on Whose Behalf Transaction(s) Is Conducted 2 Individual’s last name or entity’s name 3 First name 4 Middle initial 5 Doing business as (DBA) 6 SSN or EIN 7 Address (number, street, and apt. or suite no.) 8 Date of birth 10 State 9 City 14 If an individual, describe method used to verify identity: d 11 ZIP code a ____/____/_______ MM DD YYYY 13 Occupation, profession, or business 12 Country code (if not U.S.) b Driver’s license/State I.D. Passport c e Issued by: Other Alien registration f Number: Section B--Individual(s) Conducting Transaction(s) (if other than above). If Section B is left blank or incomplete, check the box(es) below to indicate the reason(s) a b Armored Car Service Mail Deposit or Shipment c Night Deposit or Automated Teller Machine 15 Individual’s last name d Multiple Transactions 19 SSN 21 State 20 City 25 If an individual, describe method used to verify identity: d Conducted On Own Behalf 17 Middle initial 18 Address (number, street, and apt. or suite no.) a 22 ZIP code Driver’s license/State I.D. 24 Date of birth 23 Country code (If not U.S.) b Passport ____/____/_______ MM DD YYYY c Alien registration f Number: e Issued by: Other Part II e 16 First name Amount and Type of Transaction(s). Check all boxes that apply. 28 Date of transaction 26 Total cash in $ 26a Foreign cash in 0 .00 27 0 .00 27a Foreign cash out 0 .00 Total cash out $ (see instructions, page 4) 0 .00 (see instructions, page 4) 29 Foreign Country 30 32 Negotiable Instrument(s) Cashed 33 Currency Exchange(s) 35 Account Number(s) Affected (if any): 36 Other (specify) Part III Financial Institution Where Transaction(s) Takes Place Wire Transfer(s) 31 34 Negotiable Instrument(s) Purchased Deposit(s)/Withdrawal(s) Enter Regulator or BSA Examiner code number (see instructions) 37 Name of financial institution 39 EIN or SSN 38 Address (number, street, and apt. or suite no.) 41 State 42 ZIP code 40 City 44 Title of approving official Sign Here 47 Type or print preparer’s name For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see page 4. ____/____/_______ MM DD YYYY 43 Routing (MICR) number 45 Signature of approving official 46 Date of signature 48 Type or print name of person to contact ____/____/_______ MM DD YYYY 49 Telephone number ( Cat. No. 37683N ) FinCEN Form 104 (Rev. 03-2011) Page 2 FinCEN Form 104 (Eff. 03-2011) Multiple Persons Complete applicable parts below if box 1b on page 1 is checked Part I Person(s) Involved in T ransaction(s) Section A--Person(s) on Whose Behalf Transaction(s) Is Conducted 2 Individual’s last name or entity’s name 3 First name 4 Middle initial 5 Doing business as (DBA) 6 SSN or EIN 7 Address (number, street, and apt. or suite no.) 8 Date of birth 9 City 10 State 14 If an individual, describe method used to verify identity: d Other 11 ZIP code a ____/____/_______ MM DD YYYY 13 Occupation, profession, or business 12 Country code (if not U.S.) b Driver’s license/State I.D. Passport e Issued by: c f Alien registration Number: Section B--Individual(s) Conducting Transaction(s) (if other than above). 15 Individual’s last name 19 SSN 18 Address (number, street, and apt. or suite no.) 20 City 21 State 25 If an individual, describe method used to verify identity: d Part I Other 17 Middle initial 16 First name a 22 ZIP code 24 Date of birth 23 Country code (if not U.S.) Driver’s license/State I.D. b Passport e Issued by: c ____/____/_______ MM DD YYYY Alien registration f Number: Person(s) Involved in T ransaction(s) Section A--Person(s) on Whose Behalf Transaction(s) Is Conducted 2 Individual’s last name or entity’s name 3 First name 4 Middle initial 5 Doing business as (DBA) 6 SSN or EIN 7 Address (number, street, and apt. or suite no.) 8 Date of birth 10 State 9 City 14 If an individual, describe method used to verify identity: d Other a 11 ZIP code ____/____/_______ MM DD YYYY 13 Occupation, profession, or business 12 Country code (if not U.S.) Driver’s license/State I.D. b Passport c f e Issued by: Alien registration Number: Section B--Individual(s) Conducting Transaction(s) (if other than above). 15 Individual’s last name 19 SSN 18 Address (number, street, and apt. or suite no.) 21 State 20 City 25 If an individual, describe method used to verify identity: d Other 17 Middle initial 16 First name a e Issued by: 22 ZIP code Driver’s license/State I.D. 24 Date of birth 23 Country code (if not U.S.) b Passport c f Alien registration Number: ____/____/_______ MM DD YYYY Page 3 FinCEN Form 104 (Eff. 03-2011) Suspicious Transactions This Currency Transaction Report (CTR) should NOT be filed for suspicious transactions involving $10,000 or less in currency OR to note that a transaction of more than $10,000 is suspicious. Any suspicious or unusual activity should be reported by a financial institution in the manner prescribed by its appropriate federal regulator or BSA examiner. (See the instructions for Item 37). If a transaction is suspicious and in excess of $10,000 in currency, then both a CTR and the appropriate Suspicious Activity Report form must be filed. In situations involving suspicious transactions requiring immediate attention, such as when a reportable transaction is ongoing, the fianacial institution shall immediately notify, by telephone, appropriate law enforcement and regulatory authorities in addition to filing a timely suspicious activity report. document(s). Acceptable forms of identification include driver’s license, military and military/dependent identification cards, passport, state issued identification card, cedular card (foreign), non-resident alien identification cards, or any other identification document or documents, which contain name and preferably address and a photograph and are normally acceptable by financial institutions as a means of identification when cashing checks for persons other than established customers. Acceptable identification information obtained previously and maintained in the financial institution’s records may be used. For example, if documents verifying an individual’s identity were examined and recorded on a signature card when an account was opened, the financial institution may rely on that information. In completing the CTR, the financial institution must indicate on the form the method, type, and number of the identification. Statements such as “known customer” or “signature card on file” are not sufficient for form completion. General Instructions Who Must File. Each financial institution (other than a casino, which instead must file FinCEN Form 103, and the U.S. Postal Service for which there are separate rules) must file FinCEN Form 104 (CTR) for each deposit, withdrawal, exchange of currency, or other payment or transfer, by, through, or to the financial institution which involves a transaction in currency of more than $10,000. Multiple transactions must be treated as a single transaction if the financial institution has knowledge that (1) they are by or on behalf of the same person, and (2) they result in either currency received (Cash In) or currency disbursed (Cash Out) by the financial institution totaling more than $10,000 during any one business day. For a bank, a business day is the day on which transactions are routinely posted to customers’ accounts, as normally communicated to depository customers. For all other financial institutions, a business day is a calendar day. Generally, financial institutions are defined as banks, other types of depository institutions, brokers or dealers in securities, money transmitters, currency exchangers, check cashers, and issuers and sellers of money orders and traveler’s checks. Should you have questions, see the definitions in 31 CFR Chapter X. When and Where To File. This form should be e-filed through the Bank Secrecy Act E-filing System. Go to http: //bsaefiling.fincen.treas.gov/index.jsp to register. This form is also available for download on the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network’s Web site at www.fincen.gov, or may be ordered by calling the IRS Forms Distribution Center at (800) 829-3676. File this CTR by the 15th calendar day after the day of the transaction with the: Enterprise Computing Center - Detroit ATTN: CTR P.O. Box 33604 Detroit, MI 48232-5604 Keep a copy of each CTR for five years from the date filed. A financial institution may apply to file the CTRs electronically. To obtain an application to file electronically, contact the Bank Secrecy Act E-filing System. Go to http: //bsaefiling.fincen.treas.gov/ main.html to register or contact the BSA E-Filing Help Desk at 1-866-346-9478 (select option # 6) or via email at [email protected] Identification Requirements. All individuals (except a employees of armored car services) conducting a reportable transaction(s) for themselves or for another person, must be identified by means of an official Penalties. Civil and criminal penalties are provided for failure to file a CTR or to supply information or for filing a false or fraudulent CTR. See 31 U.S.C. 5321, 5322 and 5324. For purposes of this CTR, the terms below have the following meanings: Currency. The coin and paper money of the United States or any other country, which is circulated and customarily used and accepted as money. Person. An individual, corporation, partnership, trust or estate, joint stock company, association, syndicate, joint venture or other unincorporated organization or group. Organization. Entity other than an individual. Transaction in Currency. The physical transfer of currency from one person to another. This does not include a transfer of funds by means of bank check, bank draft, wire transfer or other written order that does not involve the physical transfer of currency. Negotiable Instruments. All checks and drafts (including business, personal, bank, cashier’s and third-party), money orders, and promissory notes. For purposes of this CTR, all traveler’s checks shall also be considered negotiable instruments whether or not they are in bearer form. Foreign exchange rate. If foreign currency is a part of a currency transaction that requires the completion of a CTR, use the exchange rate in effect for the business day of the transaction to compute the amount, in US dollars, to enter in item 26/27. The source of the exchange rate that is used will be determined by the reporting institution. Specific Instructions Because of the limited space on the front and back of the CTR, it may be necessary to submit additional information on attached sheets. Submit this additional information on plain paper attached to the CTR. Be sure to put the individual’s or entity’s name and identifying number (items 2, 3, 4, and 6 of the CTR) on any additional sheets so that if it becomes separated, it may be associated with the CTR. Item 1a. Amends Prior Report. If this CTR is being filed because it amends a report filed previously, check Item 1a. Complete the form in its entirety (Part I, II, and III) and include the amended information. Do not attach a copy of the original. Multiple Persons. If this transaction is being conducted by more than one person or on behalf of more than one person, check Item 1b. Enter information in Part I for one of the persons and provide information on any other persons on the back of the CTR. Item 1c. Multiple Transactions. If the financial institution has knowledge that there are multiple transactions, check Item 1c. PART I - Person(s) Involved in Transaction(s) Section A must be completed. If an individual conducts a transaction on his own behalf, complete Section A and leave Section “B” BLANK. If an individual conducts a transaction on his own behalf and on behalf of another person(s), complete Section “A” for each person and leave Section “B” BLANK. If an individual conducts a transaction on behalf of another person(s), complete Section “B” for the individual conducting the transaction, and complete Section “A” for each person on whose behalf the transaction is conducted of whom the financial institution has knowledge. Section A. Person(s) on Whose Behalf Transaction(s) Is Conducted. See instructions above. Items 2, 3, and 4. Individual/Organization Name. If the person on whose behalf the transaction(s) is conducted is an individual, put his/her last name in Item 2, first name in Item 3, and middle initial in Item 4. If there is no middle initial, leave item 4 BLANK. If the transaction is conducted on behalf of an entity, enter the name in Item 2 and leave Items 3 and 4 BLANK. Item 5. Doing Business As (DBA). If the financial institution has knowledge of a separate “doing business as” name, enter it in Item 5. For example, if Smith Enterprise is doing business as MJ’s Pizza, enter “MJ’s Pizza” in item 5. Item 6. SSN or EIN. Enter the Social Security Number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) or Employer Identification Number (EIN) of the person or entity identified in Item 2. If none, leave blank. Items 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12. Address. Enter the permanent address including ZIP Code of the person identified in Item 2. Use the U.S. Postal Service’s two letter state abbreviation code. A P. O. Box should not be used by itself, and may only be used if there is no street address. If a P. O. Box is used, the name of the apartment or suite number, road or route number where the person resides must also be provided. If the address is outside the U.S., provide the street address, city, province or state, postal code (if known), and the two letter country code. For country code list go to www.fincen.gov/reg_bsaforms.html or telephone 800-9492732 and select option number 5. If U.S., leave item 12 blank. Item 8. Date of Birth. Enter the date of birth. Eight numerals must be inserted for each date. The first two will reflect the month, the second two the day, and the last four the year. A zero (0) should precede any single digit number. For example, if an individual’s birth date is April 3 1948, Item 8 should read 04 03 1948. Item 13. Occupation, profession, or business. If known, identify the occupation, profession or business that best describes the individual or entity in Part I (e.g., attorney, car dealer, carpenter, doctor, farmer, plumber, truck driver, etc.). Do not use nondescript terms such as businessman, merchant, store owner (unless store’s name is provided), or self employed. If unemployed, or retired are used enter the regular or former occupation if known. Item 14. If an Individual, Describe Method Used To Verify Identity. If an individual conducts the transaction(s) on his/her own behalf, his/her identity must be verified by examination of an acceptable document (see General Instructions). For example, check box a if a driver’s license is used to verify an individual’s identity, and enter the state that issued the license and the number in items e and f. If the transaction is conducted by an individual on behalf of another individual not present, or on behalf of an entity, check box “14d” “Other” and enter “NA” on the line provided. Page 4 FinCEN Form 104 (Eff. 03-2011) Section B. Individual(s) Conducting Transaction(s) (if other than above). Financial institutions should enter as much information as is available. However, there may be instances in which Items 15-25 may be left BLANK or incomplete. If Items 15-25 are left BLANK or incomplete, check one or more of the boxes provided to indicate the reasons. Example: If there are multiple transactions that, if only when aggregated, the financial institution has knowledge the transactions exceed the reporting threshold, and therefore, did not identify the transactor(s), check boxd for Multiple Transactions. Items 15, 16, and 17. Individual’s Name. Complete these items if an individual conducts a transaction(s) on behalf of another person. For example, if John Doe, an employee of XY Grocery Store, makes a deposit to the store’s account, XY Grocery Store should be identified in Section A and John Doe should be identified in section B. If there is a currency exchange, it should be aggregated separately with each of the Cash In and Cash Out totals. Example 1: A person deposits $11,000 in currency to his savings account and withdraws $3,000 in currency from his checking account. The CTR should be completed as follows: Cash In $11,000 and no entry for Cash Out. This is because the $3,000 transaction does not meet the reporting PART III - Financial Institution Where Transaction(s) threshold. Take Place Example 2: A person deposits $11,000 in currency to his savings account and withdraws $12,000 in currency from his checking account. The CTR should be completed as follows: Cash In $11,000, Cash Out $12,000. This is because there are two reportable transactions. However, one CTR may be filed to reflect both. Example 3: A person deposits $6,000 in currency to his savings account and withdraws $4,000 in currency from Items 18, 20, 21, 22, and 23. Address. Enter the permanent his checking account. Further, he presents $5,000 in street address including ZIP Code of the individual. (See currency to be exchanged for the equivalent in Euro’ s. The the instructions for Items 7 and 9 through 12.) Enter country CTR should be completed as follows: code if not U.S. (Reference item 12). Cash In $11,000 and no entry for Cash Out. This is because in determining whether the transactions are Item 19. SSN/ITIN. If the individual has a Social Security reportable, the currency exchange is aggregated with each Number, or Individual Taxpayer Indentifcation Number , of the Cash In and Cash Out amounts. The result is a enter it in Item 19. If the individual does not have an SSN/ reportable $11,000 Cash In transaction. The total Cash ITIN, enter NONE. Out amount is $9,000, which does not meet the reporting threshold. Therefore, it is not entered on the CTR. Item 24. Date of Birth. Enter the individual’ s date of birth. (See the instructions for Item 8.) Example 4: A person deposits $6,000 in currency to his savings account and withdraws $7,000 in currency from Item 25. If an Individual, Describe Method Used To his checking account. Further, he presents $5,000 in Verify Identity. Enter the method used to identify the currency to be exchanged for the equivalent in Euro’ s. The individual’s identity. (See General Instructions and the CTR should be completed as follows: instructions for Item 14.) Cash In $11,000, Cash Out $12,000. This is because in determining whether the transactions are reportable, the PART II - Amount and Type of Transaction(s) currency exchange is aggregated with each of the Cash In Complete Part II to identify the type of transaction(s) and and Cash Out amounts. In this example, each of the Cash the amount(s) involved. In and Cash Out totals exceed $10,000 and must be reflected on the CTR. Items 26 and 27. Total Cash In/Total Cash Out. In the spaces provided, enter the total amount of currency received Items 30-33. Check the appropriate item(s) to identify the (Total Cash In) or total currency disbursed (T otal Cash following type of transaction(s): Out) by the financial institution. If foreign currency is 30. Wire Transfer(s) exchanged, use the U.S. dollar equivalent on the day of the 31. Negotiable Instrument(s) Purchased transaction (See “Foreign exchange rates”), and complete 32. Negotiable Instrument(s) Cashed item 26a or 27a, whichever is appropriate. 33. Currency Exchange(s) If less than a full dollar amount is involved, increase that figure to the next highest dollar. For example, if the currency totals $20,000.05, show the total as $20,001.00. Item 34. Deposits/Withdrawals. Check this item to identify deposits to or withdrawals from accounts, e.g. demand deposit accounts, savings accounts, time deposits, mutual fund accounts, or any other account held at the Items 26a and 27a. Foreign cash in/Foreign cash out. If financial institution. Enter the account number(s) in Item foreign currency is exchanged, enter the amount of foreign 35. currency (Do not convert to U.S. dollars) in items 26a and 27a. Report country of origin in item 29. Item 35. Account Numbers Affected (if any). Enter the account numbers of any accounts affected by the transactions Item 28. Date of Transaction. Insert eight numerals for that are maintained at the financial institution conducting each date. (See instructions for Item 8.) the transaction(s). Item 29. Foreign Country. If items 26a and/or 27a are completed indicating that foreign currency is involved, check Item 29 and identify the country. If multiple foreign currencies are involved, check box 36 and identify the additional country(s) and/or currency(s) involved. Example 1: If a person cashes a check drawn on an account held at the financial institution, the CTR should be completed as follows: Indicate negotiable instrument(s) cashed and provide the account number of the check. Determining Whether Transactions Meet the Reporting Threshold. If the transaction does not affect an account, make no entry. Only cash transactions that, if alone or when aggregated, exceed $10,000 should be reported on the CTR. Transactions shall not be offset against one another. purchase “foreign currency.” If multiple (more than one) foreign currencies are involved in the transaction, enter the amount of the largest foreign currency transaction in item 26a or 27a and that currency’ s country-code of origin in item 29. Then check box 36 and enter the additional foreign currencies amount(s) and country-code(s) of origin in the space provided. Example 2: A person cashes a check drawn on another financial institution. In this instance, negotiable instrument(s) cashed would be indicated, but no account at the financial institution has been affected. Therefore, Item 35 should be left BLANK. If there are both Cash In and Cash Out transactions that are Item 36. Other (specify). If a transaction is not identified reportable, the amounts should be considered separately and not aggregated. However, they may be reported on a in Items 30-34, check Item 36 and provide an additional description. For example, a person presents a check to single CTR. Item 37. Name of Financial Institution and Identity of Regulator or BSA Examiner. Enter the financial institution’s full legal name and identify the regulator or BSA examiner, using the following codes: Regulator or BSA Examiner CODE Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).........................1 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)...........2 Federal Reserve System (FRS)................................3 Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS)...........................4 National Credit Union Administration (NCUA)..........5 Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).............6 Internal Revenue Service (IRS)................................7 U.S. Postal Service (USPS)....................................8 Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).....9 State Regulator .....................................................10 Items 38, 40, 41, and 42. Address. Enter the street address, city, state, and ZIP Code of the financial institution where the transaction occurred. If there are multiple transactions, provide information of the office or branch where any one of the transactions has occurred. Item 39. EIN or SSN. Enter the financial institution’ s EIN. If the financial institution does not have an EIN, enter the SSN of the financial institution’ s principal owner . Item 43. Routing (MICR) Number. If a depository institution, enter the routing (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR)) number . SIGNATURE Items 44 and 45. Title and signature of Approving Official. The official who reviews and approves the CTR must indicate his/her title and sign the CTR. Item 46. Date of Signature. The approving official must enter the date the CTR is signed. (See the instructions for Item 8.) Item 47. Preparer’s Name. Type or print the full name of the individual preparing the CTR. The preparer and the approving official may not necessarily be the same individual. Items 48 and 49. Contact Person/Telephone Number. Type or print the name and telephone number of an individual to contact concerning questions about the CTR. Paperwork Reduction Act Notice. The requested information is useful in criminal, tax, and regulatory investigations and proceedings. Financial institutions are required to provide the information under 31 U.S.C. 5313 and 31 CFR Chapter X, commonly referred to as the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA). The BSA is administered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). You are not required to provide the requested information unless a form displays a valid OMB control number. The time needed to complete this form will vary depending on individual circumstances. The estimated average time is 19 minutes. If you have comments concerning the accuracy of this time estimate or suggestions for making this form simpler, you may write to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, P. O. Box 39, Vienna, VA 22183. Do not send this form to this office. 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FinCEN FORM 104 (Rev. 12-2003)
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