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What is IRS Form 5498?

  • Payment Settlement Entities (IRA) file Form 5498 for payments made in settlement of a reportable payment transaction.

When would you need to file a Form 5498?

IRS Form 5498 is used to report individual retirement arrangements. Usecase: Contributions to any IRA must be reported on IRS Form 5498.

  • If you have reportable contributions to any IRA, you must report those on Form 5498.
  • If you converted from an IRA to a Roth IRA, the total amount converted must be reported on Form 5498.
  • If an IRA is revoked or an account is closed, the contributions must be reported on Form 5498.
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Form 5498 Deadline for 2023 Tax Year

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Filing Type Due Date
Recipient Copy: (Only for FMV & RMD) by Jan 31, 2024
Recipient Copy:(Other types of IRAs) by May 31, 2024
IRS eFile May 31, 2024
IRS Paper Filing May 31, 2024

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Form 5498 is a tax form used to report various types of IRA (Individual Retirement Account) contributions, distributions, and rollovers to the IRS (Internal Revenue Service). It provides information about contributions made to traditional IRAs, Roth IRAs, SEP IRAs, and SIMPLE IRAs.
Form 5498 is typically sent to IRA account holders by the financial institutions that manage their IRAs. This includes banks, brokerage firms, and other financial institutions that serve as IRA custodians or trustees. If you have contributed to an IRA during the tax year, you should receive Form Form 5498 from your IRA custodian or trustee.
Financial institutions that serve as IRA custodians or trustees are required to file Form 5498 with the IRS to report IRA contributions, rollovers, conversions, and fair market values. IRA account holders do not need to file Form 5498with their tax return, but they should keep it for their records.
The deadline for financial institutions to file Form 5498 with the IRS is typically May 31st of the year following the tax year to which the form relates. However, this deadline may be extended to June 30th if the financial institution is filing electronically. IRA account holders should receive Form 5498 by the end of May, but they may receive it later if the financial institution requested an extension to file with the IRS.
In most cases, you do not need to report the information directly from Form 5498 on your tax return. The form serves as an informational document for both you and the IRS. However, you may need to report certain IRA transactions, such as contributions or distributions, on your tax return depending on your individual circumstances.