Retirement Savings and Benefits
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What to do about nondeductible IRA funds rolled over into my solo 401k?
Posted by: console, April 16, 2017 11:21PM
I had a Traditional IRA that included a contribution during a year when the contribution wasn't tax-deductible because my wife contributed to her 401k account that year (and so I submitted a form 8606 that year).

Last December I did a rollover of that entire Traditional IRA into my self-directed solo 401k. I just found out that the nondeductible contribution isn't allowed to be rolled over into a 401k.

What should I do now? Is it ok to to just accept that I'll be taxed again on those funds? (I plan to do an in-plan rollover of the entire 401k to a designated Roth account, so I would pay the tax then).

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