Saturday, February 20, 2010

Roth Ira, Clip Art When I Withdraw Money From My Roth IRA, Do I Have To Deduct Federal Or State Taxes?

When I withdraw money from my Roth IRA, do I have to deduct Federal or State taxes? - roth ira, clip art

I turned a switch to a Roth IRA to a Roth IRA today. When filing the tax return, I had to pay federal taxes to be diverted to the total amount. If I withdraw from my Roth IRA in the future, I can federal and state recovers the amount that I'm retired, and if so, what percentage are using it. Did you tax on the amount of money I will go to retire when I file taxes next year?

1 comment:

singlega... said...

The year that the transfer / roll the IRA into a Roth IRA the year to pay state and federal taxes. Once the $ is in the red, never pay the state or federal taxes, money, no matter how much growing .............. .... hmmm if the Govt. Amendments to the rules on the way .... but now .... No, you do not pay a lot of money to "shoot".

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