Question

I have a question about reporting Roth IRA contributions — Can I get direction on how to report Roth IRA contributions on my return?

Answer

Regarding how to report Roth IRA contributions, Roth contributions aren’t tax-deductible, so reporting Roth IRA contributions on your return isn’t an issue.

However, you might be eligible for the Saver’s Credit based on your Roth IRA contributions. To learn more, see the instructions for Form 8880.

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