<< Very new to taxes and even newer to IRAs. So kindly pardon the ignorance. I have already filed my taxes for 1999. Can I still make a Roth IRA contribution for 1999 as I became aware of it only now? Do I have to file a correction to the IRS, or can I just indicate the contribution in my 2000 year returns? >>You can make the contribution any time until 4/17/2000, if you're eligible for a 1999 contribution. Since you don't have to report Roth IRA contributions to the IRS, you don't need to do anything on a return, 1999 or 2000, to reflect this contribution. You should, however, keep track of your contributions, as TMF Taxes often points out.Phil MartiTax Preparer
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