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Rollovers and conversions are completely separate from the $3,000 contribution limit.

If I understand your post, the KO stock was in your name until it was transferred to the UTMA account. The dividend came to you because the ex-dividend date was before the transfer which makes the dividend your income and reported on a 1099DIV in your name. What you do with it is your choice.

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