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I have a fair market value statement for my IRA where do I put the information...I do not make contributions it was a roll over from a previous employer

 
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I have a fair market value statement for my IRA where do I put the information...I do not make contributions it was a roll over from a previous employer

You don't need to report the Fair Market Value of your IRA on your tax return, unless you received distributions from the IRA and had made non-deductible contributions to the IRA.

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I have a fair market value statement for my IRA where do I put the information...I do not make contributions it was a roll over from a previous employer

You don't need to report the Fair Market Value of your IRA on your tax return, unless you received distributions from the IRA and had made non-deductible contributions to the IRA.

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