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The reason I ask is because I already filed my 2007 taxes but now i want to contribute to my 2007 roth ira. Will I have to make a correction?
If one is contributing after-tax dollars to a roth ira, do they need to fill out any form with their taxes?
I’m talking about a regular $4000 contribution of after-tax money into an established roth ira account. I was under the impression that no reporting needed to be done since it’s not a taxable event, but someone told me otherwise. I think I’m right. But if I am right, then how does the IRS really know how many years you have contributed so they know whether or not the amounts in the account are correct?