On the cutoff day for input to the MBR, the SSA staff in Tokyo receives a request
for IDD to a Japanese bank savings account in Yen. The beneficiary writes that his
bank is 1234, his branch is 512, and the account number is 98765432.
The coder selects “Savings” and starts the RTN with 66. He adds the next 6 digits (the four for the bank, 1234,
and the first two for the branch, 51). Then he adds the U.S. Check Digit, 6, using
Title II Interactive Comps. The RTN will be 661234516.
The DAN begins with Y for Yen, followed by the remaining branch digit, 2, and the
account number, 98765432. The DAN is Y298765432.