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Roth Excess Contrib. - No 1099 for 2004?

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  • Roth Excess Contrib. - No 1099 for 2004?

    My wife and I made excessive contributions to our Roths in 2004 for tax year
    2004.
    When preparing my return, now in 2005, I discovered they were excessive and
    had Vanguard return the excess plus the earnings. I need to report the
    earnings
    on my 2004 return but Vanguard won't send the 1099s until January of the
    next year.
    How do I complete my 2004 return with these earnings if I won't be getting
    the
    1099 documents until January 2006? TurboTax won't allow me to just enter
    the
    amount on lines 15a and 15b of the 1040, it expects me to have a 1099.






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