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Pixy writes: <<In the meantime, it appears you do not have to submit Form 8606 or anything else to prove you made a nondeductible contribution to a Roth IRA.

Interesting………Has the IRS screwed up? I certainly see the potential for some big time cheating if they have. Somehow, I just don't see that happening.

The reason why I was curious about your initial advice is that I live in California and emailed the FTB (our state tax folks) about what is the equivalent form for the state as there sometimes is duplicate form filing required. They replied the next day saying there was no form required on the state side, and the FTB representative questioned the 8606 filing on new Roth IRA (as you now also appear to agreee with for the time being). And for now, I get to still file via the EZ forms via phone.

I have placed a email out to the IRS and will let this folder know what type of response I get.

Thanks again.
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