United States: IRS updates “public key” for FATCA filing

The IRS will replace the existing key on 3 December 2021.

The IRS will replace the existing key on 3 December 2021.

The IRS today issued a reminder that public/private key pairs used for encryption for FATCA filings have an expiration date, and that the IRS public key for FATCA filing will expire soon.

According to the IRS transmittal message, the IRS will replace the existing key on 3 December 2021.

After 3 December 2021, to file FATCA reports, a new public key will need to be downloaded from International Data Exchange Services (IDES).

 

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