I make a contribution of $2000 to my Roth for tax year 2000 in Jan of 2000. I have an unexpectedly good year, and exceed the income limit, rendering all of this contribution an excess contribution. I want to avoid the penalty by withdrawing it before April 16, 2001.There's a formula prescribed in the Regulations. I'd try to explain it, but it's probably easier to understand in the original cuneiform writing, and I don't have those fonts available.With any kind of luck your custodian will do this calculation for you. Ask them. If all else fails, come back and we'll take a stab at it.Phil MartiVITA Volunteer
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