I have a simple Roth IRA question, which someone can probably answer in a few words. When I began asking my discount broker about Roth IRAs, she actually told me that you can contribute pre-tax earnings, which I know to be false for Roths. I subsequently stopped asking her questions :).My question is this: When you file a tax return (standard 1040), do you indicate on it somewhere what your Roth IRA contribution for the given year was?I am inclined to guess that you do, which explains why you can still make a contribution for year X up until April 15th of the year X+1.thanks,progmtl
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