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What rules are there for re-characterizing IRA contributions for current tax year?

I have contributed $5,500 to a Roth IRA for tax year 2014. My income is variable due to a variety of factors throughout this year, so I do not know whether my income will be within the limits for ...
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Requested to recharacterize 2013 IRA contributions. Broker insists I fill out a “Conversion” form. Is this normal?

After getting some good answers to my earlier question, and doing some of my own research, I asked my broker to help me recharacterize my 2013 Traditional IRA contributions as Roth contributions. ...
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Conflicting information about late recharacterizing of excess contributions

Say someone contributed more than they were allowed to for a Roth IRA in Year 1 (therefore, there was an excess contribution). Can they still re-characterize that contribution to a Traditional IRA ...
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Recharacterizing a Roth IRA contribution made in 2010?

In 2010 I rollovered money from a 401(k) to a Roth IRA. At the time, I chose to defer the taxable income to 2011 and 2012. However, I am now just learning about recharacterization. Is it too late for ...
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How do I recharacterize Traditional IRA contribution to Roth that was converted to Roth?

What forms do I fill out for my broker to recharacterize my 2010 Traditional IRA contribution that was in my traditional IRA that I completely converted to a Roth IRA in 2010 right after the above ...
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How can I back out excess IRA contributions when my IRA has a zero balance?

I accidentally over contributed $25 to my traditional IRA last year giving a total non-deductible contribution of $5025. This was then converted along with all my traditional IRAs into Roth IRAs in ...