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#1780852 - 01/29/13 07:07 PM CTR Legacy Form Completion Question
jade1234 Offline
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Customer deposits $14,000 in cash to their personal (individual) checking account and then writes a check from the same account to purchase a Cashier's Check for $14,000. How is the legacy CTR form completed, specifically, is this multiple transactions and would you check both Negotiable Instrument Purchased and Deposit/Withdrawal? Thanks.

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#1780866 - 01/29/13 07:40 PM Re: CTR Legacy Form Completion Question jade1234
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Only the cash deposit would be reportable on the CTR. Deposit/Withdrawal only.
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#1780869 - 01/29/13 07:42 PM Re: CTR Legacy Form Completion Question jade1234
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For the CTR, there is only one transaction -- the deposit of cash. The purchase of the cashier's check does not involve cash.

Note: If the cashier's check purchase had been for an amount between $3,000 and $10,000, inclusive, you'd have to treat it as a cash purchase of a monetary instrument for record keeping purposes even though the cash was actually deposited to the account.
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