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Great question; it says 1800. Before I knew about the income limit imposed for Married Filing Separate I contributed $1800 to a Roth, then reclassified it to a Traditional and then converted it again back to a Roth. The reality is that the 1800 was part of the 5500, but the full $5500 is not listed in line 1. I'm going to have to e-mail this guy and see where he's coming up with this stuff, and the fact that I paid over $600 to have him do our taxes kind of annoys me. Are accountants like financial advisors?
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