Treasury Provides Relief for Late 60-Day Rollovers

The Internal Revenue Code allows qualified plan participants and IRA owners to withdraw assets from a plan or IRA and contribute them to another (or the same) plan or IRA without being taxed on the distribution, if the rollover occurs within 60 days. If the deposit occurs after 60 days, the taxpayer can seek a Private Letter Ruling that avoids taxation if the taxpayer has good cause. Unfortunately, such a route is expensive, requiring a $10,000 user fee.

In Rev.Proc. 2016 – 47, Treasury is now allowing taxpayers that make a late rollover to avoid tax without having to seek a Private Letter Ruling if the . . .

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