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Filing CTR-Round Up to Next Dollar?

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I received a cash deposit for $15,010.45, and of course, had to file a CTR. I filed it for $15,011, but my BSA officer said it should have only been for $15,010. I thought we were supposed to round up to the next dollar, which is correct? By the way, that was the only cash that this customer brought in for the day.
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13. Monetary amounts. Record all U.S. Dollar amounts rounded up to the next whole dollar. The amount $15,265.25 would be recorded as $15,266. A foreign currency amount can only be recorded in Item 26 “Foreign cash in” or Item 28 “Foreign cash out,” again rounded up to the next whole amount. When converting a foreign currency to dollars use an exchange rate for the date of the transaction

https://bsaefiling.fincen.treas.gov/docs/XMLUserGuide_FinCENCTR.pdf (page 88)

First published on 09/19/2021

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