What is the key difference between CRS and FATCA?

In fact, FATCA and CRS have similar characteristics because their main goal is to combat tax evasion and create common standards for exchanging information on financial accounts.

However, CRS has much broader scope. While FATCA is focused solely on U.S. persons, CRS requires reporting of tax residents of “CRS-participating countries”.

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