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Subject: Re: IRA backdate Date: 6/12/2000 12:02 PM
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Just a further question along this line. I opened my Roth IRA April 4 and did designate the contribution as 1999. However all the paper work that I have gotten from the brokerage has it listed as a "2000 rollover". Don't ask me where they got this. I have contacted them twice about it, and supposedly they are processing some paperwork to change the year.

Questions:

1) How concerned should I be about this and the June 30 reporting date for the IRS?

2) Can the same type of paperwork be filed for the original poster, or is it only possible because my brokerage is the one that made the error?

Thanks for your help!

Kim
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