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My question is just what recordkeeping is necessary to keep track of that? Is there anything filed with my tax return that reflects that $600? Or is the paperwork entirely within the domain of the 401k administrator?

For the after-tax contributions that I did into my former 401(k), the administrator kept track of everything, and when I rolled it over, separated the after-tax contributions out. The 1099-R that I got when I did the rollover documented everything.

Also, while I was still in the plan, I think my statements designated after-tax contributions in a separate area.

AJ
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