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My fiance opened a traditional IRA for the first time during 2000; she subsequently converted the traditional IRA (the rolled over amounts are all attributable to her 2000 deposit) into a Roth IRA; we have now received a 1099-R indicating the rolled over amount is taxable for 2000.

What forms do we need to fill out to make sure we do not get taxed on what is essentially a Roth IRA contribution?
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