• , be sure to include your spsoue on the FBAR report when sending it in. From the IRS: A spsoue having a joint financial interest in an account with the filing spsoue should be included as a joint account owner in Part III of the FBAR. The filer should write (spouse) on line 26 after the last name of the joint spousal owner. If the filer’s spsoue is required to report only jointly owned financial accounts that are reported on the filer’s FBAR, the filer’s spsoue need not file a separate FBAR but must also sign the filer spsoue’s FBAR to fulfill his or her reporting obligation. If the filer’s spsoue is required to file an FBAR for any account that is not jointly owned with the filer, the filer’s spsoue must file a separate FBAR for all of the accounts, including those owned jointly with the other spsoue. If you have any other questions regarding your taxes, please don’t hesitate to ask us!Sincerely,The Greenback Team