My point was to keep all after tax IRA contributions in a separate account so tracking after tax contributions is simple rather than trying to track them if mixed in with a pre tax IRA. That is an accounting nightmare.And my point was that you are wrong in that thinking.When you make a non-deductible IRA contribution, you must file Form 8606 with your tax return. Keep that form permanently (or until all of your traditional IRAs are drained), and you've done all the tracking you need.A separate IRA account does nothing to help track your non-deductible IRA contributions.--Peter
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