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FinCEN webinar Nov. 4 offers e-filing info
WASHINGTON (10/12/10)--The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) will “provide an overview” of its free Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) E-Filing system during a Nov. 4 webinar. FinCEN in a release said that the webinar “will highlight the benefits” of the BSA E-Filing system “and instruct financial institutions on the simple process of signing up and using E-Filing.” FinCEN will also cover how to complete both single and multiple report filings during the webinar. BSA E-Filing, which was developed in 2002, is a free, web-based system that is user-ID and password protected. Financial institutions subject to BSA reporting requirements use the system to electronically file a variety of BSA forms, either individually or in batches, through a FinCEN secure network. Currency Transaction Reports (CTRs), Designations of Exempt Persons (DEPs), and Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) may currently be filed online. To sign up for the webinar, use the resource link.
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