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Old 02-12-2019, 06:14 AM
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Form 8606

I had to take a nonqualified distribution from my Roth IRA in 2018 due to emergency circumstances. I'm a bit confused how to figure out my tax liability (if any) on Part III.

My Line 22 basis is about $30,000 (total contributions since around 2007). The early distribution I took in 2018 was $2,000. I contributed $1,050 to the IRA in 2018.

Is my tax liability therefore $950? What if I were to contribute $950 before the end of the tax year? Would that eliminate any tax liability?

Thanks so much.



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Old 02-13-2019, 02:42 AM
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You need to complete the part 3 of form 8606 only if you took a distribution from a R-IRA in 2017.



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Old 02-13-2019, 03:39 AM
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? I retired at age 50 from a state agency and went to work at a private company. I receive a monthly check from my retirement. Taxes are withheld and I get a 1099-R. Tax software says I owe a early withdrawal penalty on my retirement. Is this correct?==============> In order to discourage people from using their retirement savings for anything other than retirement income, the IRS charges a penalty of additional tax on most early withdrawals from retirement plans.In general, an early distribution, or early withdrawal, is any money you take out of a qualified retirement plan before you reach the age of 59 1/2., A Traditional IRA or a Roth IRA, a 401(k), a 403(a),however, state or local government 457 plans are not considered qualified retirement plans and early distributions from these are not subject to a federal tax penalty though there may be state penalties.


If so, will this occur every year until I?m 59 1/2?===========>no; if you take a lump-sum , then it could trigger significant tax consequences. you will owe money when you file your return

unless you meet one of the early withdrawal exceptions, If you make an early withdrawal from a qualified retirement plan, the amount is added to your gross income. The tax penalty for an early withdrawal from a retirement plan is equal to 10% of the amount that is included in your income. You must pay this penalty in addition to regular income tax



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Old 02-13-2019, 04:59 AM
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your tax software automatically generates and fill out Form 8606 (\,Nondeductible IRAs, However, if you
received a distribution from an inherited traditional IRA that had nondeductible contributions,
or transferred an inherited plan account to a Roth IRA, or
or received a distribution from an inherited R-IRA that was not a qualified distribution,then you'll have to download and print Form 8606 and need to manually fill it out



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