Do I report my nondeductible Roth IRA contributions on Form 8606?
There are no forms to report a Roth contribution. The financial institution,
which is the trustee of your Roth IRA, will send you information on the amount
in your Roth IRA. They will also send the information to the Internal Revenue
Service. Use Form 8606 (PDF), Nondeductible
IRAs, if you made a nondeductible contribution to a traditional IRA;
converted from a traditional IRA, a SEP, or Simple IRA to a Roth IRA, received
a distribution from a traditional IRA, a SEP, or a Simple IRA and made nondeductible
contributions to a traditional IRA, or received a distribution from a Roth
or traditional IRA.
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