I don't use Turbo tax. If it is a Roth IRA, it's after-tax dollars used to fund it. Any type of investment can be used such as mutual funds, stocks or annuities. If over age 50, one can contribute $6500 this year (2013). I believe that you're correct for the 2012
Can you give me the twitter address link for Ziegenhirt's mother? @rookiebear1754
Also, I need the dyestat CA track & field website replacement so that I can follow my niece, Timara Jade Baynard, from Piedmont Hills. She won the CCS 400 meters as a freshman. She's leading the section again as a soph. What year in high school should I contact Tony Sandoval (if he's still there)? GO BEARS!
Sorry I'm desperately trying to do my brothers tax return ASAP
I know you are a financial consultant. Are you familiar with annuities? I do my brothers tax returns and he has a monthly amounts deducted and paid into an annuity (Dearborn National). I believe the money is after taxes. On the form 590 it says I can deduct the amounts up to $6000 if you are over 50+. I do see a line in turbo taxes for annuity but only traditonal IRA. Do you know if there is where I would record it. I'm using Turbo Taxes. Go Bears!