The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department recently released an eagerly anticipated set of proposed regulations for implementing the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act.

The law, known as FATCA, requires foreign financial institutions to report to the U.S. government on the holdings of U.S. taxpayers. It has generated consternation abroad since it was enacted in 2010.

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