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coppin09
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If I entered my Roth IRA amount in box 12 in wages and incomes, do I have to enter it again in deductions and credits?

 
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KatrinaB
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If I entered my Roth IRA amount in box 12 in wages and incomes, do I have to enter it again in deductions and credits?

No. You won't need to re-enter this amount. Turbo tax will automatically transfer it over to the correct spot.

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KatrinaB
Intuit Alumni

If I entered my Roth IRA amount in box 12 in wages and incomes, do I have to enter it again in deductions and credits?

No. You won't need to re-enter this amount. Turbo tax will automatically transfer it over to the correct spot.

coppin09
New Member

If I entered my Roth IRA amount in box 12 in wages and incomes, do I have to enter it again in deductions and credits?

Thank you
KatrinaB
Intuit Alumni

If I entered my Roth IRA amount in box 12 in wages and incomes, do I have to enter it again in deductions and credits?

Your welcome
dmertz
Level 15

If I entered my Roth IRA amount in box 12 in wages and incomes, do I have to enter it again in deductions and credits?

Any amount shown in box 12 of your W-2 is *not* a contribution to a Roth IRA.  Instead it's a contribution Designated Roth Account in a qualified retirement plan, something rather different.
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