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Hello and welcome to currency transaction reports simplified presented by compliance simplified and bankin cu compliance calm we are going to review when to file a CTR and how to complete the forms accurately and completely now let's jump right in when do we file a CTR well a currency transaction report must be completed for any transaction exceeding $10,000 in cash and must be filed within 15 days of the transaction that's $10,000 in a penny or more a reportable transaction can be the combination of several transactions throughout the day or one specific transaction if they aggregate more than $10,000 in currency and benefit one customer some examples include the cashing of a check or a group of checks deposits withdraws an exchanging of currency for example the exchanging of smaller bills for larger ones a loan payment or the cashing of savings bonds for CTR purposes you must treat multiple transactions occurring on the same business day and for the benefit of a single customer as a single transaction remember a deposit made to a joint account benefits all account holders not just the person performing the transaction for example a husband and wife have a joint account he comes in and deposits $7,000 in cash to their joint account on that same business day she comes in and makes a $5,000 cash deposit to her individual account you are required to file a CTR reporting the $12,000 in cash that the wife received benefit of that day most modern computer systems create reports that help you identify these tricky situations but regardless this is an example of a reportable transaction now let's work on filling out the form FinCEN requires financial institutions to electronically file CTR reports through the BSA e-filing system they no longer permit paper filings mailed in if you do not have a login to the BSA e-filing system contact your BSA compliance officer for a login ID and password the fencin CTR contains four tabs that represent separate sections of the report we're going to start at the beginning with the Home tab this is where you will create a filing name for your report the filing name can be any name you choose to identify the specific filing the process for assigning filing names is for the financial institution to decide use the naming system that will be easy to understand and track for record-keeping and audit or examination purposes now we'll move to the person information tab in this section you're gonna identify who's involved in the transaction by completing lines 2 through 22 don't panic if there's more than one person benefiting from the transaction for example if a joint account is involved you can easily add a second person to the report by clicking the blue plus sign button located at the top of this section line 2 can be a little tricky when you have multiple people involved for example if you have a joint account.