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If your client made up the difference for the tax withheld and actually put in the full amount shown as distributed then you need to report the rollover.
Form 5498 reports various types of IRA contributions you make in a number of reporting boxes. Box 1 shows the amount you contributed to a traditional IRA; box 9 reports the amounts contributed to a Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE) IRA and box 10 covers the amounts you put into a Roth IRA.
Although a rollover or conversion of assets from one retirement plan into an IRA isn’t deductible, they are considered contributions and will be reported in boxes 2 and 3 of Form 5498.
The IRS requires the institution that maintains your IRA to use Form 5498 to report to you and the IRS any IRA contributions, rollovers from certain types of employer-sponsored retirement plans to IRAs (including direct rollovers).
Mark the distribution as a Rollover ("G" is the code) but only the actual amount that was put into the account.
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