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vkg - I have been using TurboTax to do my taxes for as long as I can remember. So, I am hoping that the software is somehow keeping track of this. Otherwise I am going to have to find old copies of years of returns to see if in that year the contributions were deductible are not. That would be a huge process.

If you imported the previous years information every year then Turbo Tax should have created the correct forms.

Unlike a 401K, IRA administrators have no idea how much of an IRA contribution is deductible or non-deductible.
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