Ireland: FATCA reporting deadline extended to 31 July

Ireland: FATCA reporting deadline extended to 31 July

The Irish Revenue Commissioners today announced that the FATCA reporting deadline has been extended to 31 July 2015 (from 30 June 2015) for Irish reporting financial institutions to file a FATCA return with respect to 2014.


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For all future periods, the annual reporting deadline will be 30 June.


Read a June 2015 report [PDF 129 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Ireland: FATCA Update


Other FATCA-related information included in this report:

  • A relevant holding company or relevant treasury company will no longer be considered a financial institution unless it meets the definition of one of the four original categories (i.e., custodial institution, depository institution, investment entity or specified insurance company).
  • An updated list of “frequently asked questions” (FAQs) relating to FATCA has been provided by the Irish Revenue Commissioners.

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