TAX RESOURCE CENTER
When IRA contributions, rollovers, conversions, or recharacterizations are applied to your accounts in a given tax year, Form 5498 will report this information to the IRS.
Shareholders who made contributions, rollovers or recharacterizations to their Traditional, SEP, Simple or Roth IRAs, or who made Roth IRA conversions.
If no contributions are made for the year, a 5498-tax form will not produce, use your Dec. 31 year-end statement to obtain the fair market value of your account.
For Traditional and Roth IRAs, with contributions, conversions, or rollovers, Thrivent Mutual Funds will mail no later than January 31.
IRA contributions made between January 1 and the tax due date of the current year as a contribution for the previous tax year will generate a corrected 5498 tax form in the current year that will be mailed by May 31.
If you want to make IRA contributions for the prior tax year, it must be postmarked by your tax return due date (generally April 15) and designated as a contribution for the previous year.
For SEP or SIMPLE IRA contributions from your employer, forms will be sent out in January.
Use Form 5498 to confirm amounts you need to report on your tax return related to contributions and rollovers.
Box 11 indicates if your account is subject to minimum distribution requirements for the upcoming year.
Refer to the instructions for IRS Form 1040 and IRS Form 8606 for more information.
The information provided is not intended as a source for tax, legal or accounting advice. Please consult with a legal and/or tax professional for specific information regarding your individual situation.