Beginning this year, the annual Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts will be due on the same date as the individual income tax return. Normally, this would be April 15; however, for 2017 the due date is April 18 because the 15th is on Saturday and Monday the 17th is a holiday in the District of Columbia. For filers who miss this deadline, an automatic six-month extension is available. Previously, FBARs were required to be filed by June 30. Depending on your foreign holdings, you may also be required to file Form 8938 with your income tax return. You should discuss this with your tax preparer.