Most of the countries that have signed the IGA are under Model 1 with some are not reciprocal (z.B. Cayman Islands). However, the list of countries under Model 2 is signed below, which means that local FFIs are required to provide information directly to the IRS. According to the Lebanese business magazine Executive, FATCA requires significant upfront investments in an institution estimated at $25,000 for smaller institutions, up to $100,000 to $500,000 for most institutions and $1 million for large corporations. While this is a blessing for financial advice and the it industry, it is a supplement that institutions prefer not to have.  With Canada`s agreement in February 2014, all G7 countries signed intergovernmental agreements. Since January 2020, the following jurisdictions have entered into intergovernmental agreements with the United States on the implementation of FATCA, most of which have entered into force.  Previously, there were few reliable estimates of the additional burden on the U.S. financial service, although it seems certain that most of the costs will likely be borne by the financial institutions involved and, to a lesser extent, by foreign tax authorities that have signed intergovernmental agreements.   The FATCA bill approved an additional 800 IRS employees (estimated cost of $40-$160 million per year). According to an TIGTA report, the cost of developing the XML FATCA data site is $16.6 million ($2.2 million above the budgeted amount). „However, the IRS also submitted a budget request of $37.1 million for funding for the implementation of FATCA for 2013, including costs for auditors and enforcement officers for FATCA, as well as IT development costs.
This budgetary requirement does not identify the resources needed to implement beyond fiscal year 2013″ The I.R.S. „has not been able to identify all potential costs beyond those of IT resources.”  As these lists show, most countries in the world have agreed on an IGA with the United States. More than 110 nations have signed or agreed an IGA with the United States. This means that your undisclosed offshore accounts are more likely to be discovered than ever before. Concealing income and offshore accounts can lead to criminal tax charges.