The easy one is the check payable to DW's IRA. It should be deposited into the IRA. It does not count against her annual contribution limit.Thanks for the response. Regarding the IRA check, I have two questions:1) DW is retired with no income from earnings and thus not eligible to contribute toward her IRA. Is there any problem depositing the check anyway?2) She would rather spend the money than put it in her IRA (we will likely either not owe any tax this year or be in the lowest bracket). Does it then go on line 21 as "Other income?" Or on line 15b as a taxable IRA distribution?--fleg
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