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I don't know what happened a "few years ago" but for the current situation I would do exactly what the letter suggests. Incorporate the 1099-R items into you 2010 tax return which you will be doing about a year from now. In any case, that sounds preferable to going back to change 2009 data including W-2 stuff and maybe ammending your tax return if you have already submitted it.

Bob
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