Re: 1099-R
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Retirement tax questions




Yes, it is okay.  So what happens is this:


Once you enter the code G direct rollover, the program recognizes it as a rollover nontaxable event.  The total amount of the rollover should be reported on your Form 1040 line 4a, as a nontaxable amount.  Since this is a nontaxable amount, it shows zero amount or nothing on line 4b as the taxable number.  You do not pay any taxes on it.  

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