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Do I need to report retirement plan distributions from last year on this years taxes when I already reported them on last years taxes?

 
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Do I need to report retirement plan distributions from last year on this years taxes when I already reported them on last years taxes?

No, if the distribution was for 2016, it  should not be reported on your 2017  taxes.



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Do I need to report retirement plan distributions from last year on this years taxes when I already reported them on last years taxes?

Only the year you took them.  Did you get a 1099R for 2017?  Did you already report it on your 2016 return?  Maybe it’s for something else.
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Do I need to report retirement plan distributions from last year on this years taxes when I already reported them on last years taxes?

No, if the distribution was for 2016, it  should not be reported on your 2017  taxes.



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