My company was sold and I was forced to convert my 401K to a rollover IRA last year. I received a 1099 form for the distribution (which I converted in kind to a rollover IRA). The initial amount of the distribution was in the neighborhood of $2900, representing my previous 401k contributions. Since it all went to an IRA in 1999, Can I claim any deduction on line 23 of IRS form 1040? If so, for what amount? I don't really know how much I initially contributed towards my 401K in 1999. All I know is that I opened this IRA in the year. Thanks, I'll appreciate you pointing me in the right direction.
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