The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency's (FSA) Financial Inquiries Web Site is an Internet-based service that allows agricultural producers and other customers to generate reports showing their current and historical financial information related to FSA programs.
Authorized customers may view summary and detailed information about specific payments received, collections paid, outstanding debt (excluding loans) and information reported on the Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) Form 1099.
The FSA Financial Inquiries Web Site offers the following benefits:
- Availability: Financial information is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Convenience: Customers can access their financial information from home or office.
- Improved Customer Service: Reduces the number of trips customers make to FSA or USDA Service Centers, which allows USDA personnel more time to assist others.
- Identity Security: The Web site is only available to registered e-Authentication users. Users can only access information on their accounts.
The Web site offers the following information:
- Payments: Summary and detailed financial information on payments made by FSA to customers. Inquiries may be selected by date, program name, farm number or financial institution account number. The site contains links to more detailed information.
- Collections: Summary and detailed information on collections received from customers and/or on their behalf, including what program the collection was for and the amount of the collection. Inquiries may be selected by date, program name and/or farm number.
- Debt: Outstanding principal owed by customers. At this time, queries do not show loan activity.
- CCC Form 1099 Queries: Summary and detailed information on amounts reported to the IRS. These inquiries may be used to reconcile CCC Form 1099. Current year amounts are also provided.
- Customer Account Inquiry: The Web site also provides a comprehensive list of financial activity for customers (i.e., payments, collections and debt) for a selected period of time. Detailed information may be obtained from links provided in the inquiry.
If there are any discrepancies with the financial information, the customer should contact his or her local county office.
Customers who have Internet access and have an active USDA e-Authentication Level 2 account may use the FSA Financial Inquiries Web Site. Check with your local USDA Service Center to ensure your account is active.
Customers can access information on the FSA Financial Inquiries Web Site only after being signed up for a USDA e-Authentication Level 2 account. To obtain a Level 2 e-Authentication account, go to Internet site: https://www.eauth.usda.gov/MainPages/index.aspx
- Click on "Create an Account" and choose Level 2 Access in the section titled "What Level of Access do you need."
- Complete the customer profile and submit it online.
- After submitting the customer profile, a customer will receive a confirmation by e-mail. The customer must respond to the e-mail within seven days to activate his or her account.
- A customer must complete the "Identity Proofing" process at a local USDA Service Center.
Links to FSA Financial Inquiries are provided on the following Web sites:
- FSA Online: Visit http://www.fsa.usda.gov. From the top menu bar, click on "Online Services." Under "Related Topics," click on "Financial Inquiries for FSA Producers."
The FSA Financial Inquiries Web site is one feature of USDA's Customer Statement, which gives farmers, ranchers and other agricultural producers an online report of their program activity with USDA and its agencies. The Customer Statement allows USDA customers to view their participation, application and payment status in various commodity and conservation programs, information on farm loans, and conservation plan and land unit information.
Learn more about USDA's Customer Statement at: http://customerstatement.usda.gov/.
More information about FSA and its programs, visit FSA's Web site, http://www.fsa.usda.gov
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