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My former financial advisor put me in a 419e plan. The required

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My former financial advisor put me in a 419e plan. The required 8886 form was NOT filed, but no deductions were claimed either for the 2008 year. What should be done to correct if necessary? and what penalties might I incure?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Ed Johnson replied 7 years ago.



You need to flie this right away. The penalty is as much as 10,000 for individuals. Not every single failure will produce a penalty. Most penatlies are related to reportable transactions.


If there is a reportable transaction you should file right away and include a cover letter explaining the circumstances.


You can read more about the penalties and conditions for penalties IF ANY at this link:


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