There are different estimates of revenue generated and projected costs of implementing the legislation. The following jurisdictions have also obtained „essential agreements“:  FATCA is used to locate and store U.S. citizens (who live or not in the United States) and „U.S. persons for tax purposes,“ including the total value of the asset and the social security number. The law is used to recognize assets rather than income. There is no provision in the act that imposes a tax. By law, financial institutions would report information they collect to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS). As implemented in intergovernmental agreements (IGA) (discussed below) with many countries, each financial institution will first send the U.S.
person`s data to the local government. According to the Ukrainian IGA, for example, U.S. person data is sent to the United States through the Ukrainian government. Alternatively, in a non-IGA country, such as Russia, only the Russian bank stores the personal data of the United States and sends it directly to the IRS. The government (along with France, Germany, Italy and Spain) and the European Commission participated in joint discussions with the US government to explore an intergovernmental approach to the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), to support the overall objective of combating tax evasion while reducing risks and burdens on financial institutions. A model intergovernmental agreement (IGA) was developed and published in July 2012. In September 2012, the United Kingdom and the United States signed an IGA – the UK-US Agreement on International Tax Compliance and FATCA Implementation (see „Current Documents“ section below). Schedule II of the IGA was amended by an exchange of notes between the two governments from June 3 to June 7, 2013 (see „Updated Documents“ section below).
Liu Xiangmin, deputy managing director of the People`s Bank of China`s Legal Affairs of the People`s Bank of China, said: „Chinese banking and tax legislation and legislation do not allow Chinese financial institutions to comply directly with FATCA.“  The U.S. Treasury suspended negotiations with Russia in March 2014.  Although Russia does not rule out an agreement, it requires full reciprocity and the abandonment of U.S. extraterritoriality before signing an IGA.   Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on 30 June 2014 authorizing Russian banks to transmit FATCA data directly to US tax authorities after first disclosing the information to the Russian government.  Russian banks must first obtain the customer`s consent, but may refuse the service if that consent is not given.  Bangladeshi banks that have U.S. taxpayer accounts may report to the IRS, but they require prior consent from their customers.  In order to implement the IGA, the International Tax Compliance (United States of America) Regulations 2013 was introduced.