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If you do make a non-qualified Roth withdrawal or a withdrawal for a first time home, even though it involves taking out only the contributions (no tax and no penalty), you would still have to complete Part III of form 8606, which you can see at

http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f8606.pdf

And there is no form that you file to show the cummulative total contributions you've made to your Roth, unlike after tax contributions made to a Traditional IRA (form 8606). The only source doucuments is the custodian's form 5498 that you should receive each year you make the Roth contributions(s). Adding all past 5498 totals represents your Roth's basis.

BruceM
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