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recharacterized

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of recharacterize.

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Examples

  • For example, if 100 shares of a stock worth $10,000 were to be transferred from an IRA to a Roth, and the value dropped to $5,000, those 100 shares could be "recharacterized" back into the conventional IRA.

    Reversing Course With Roth IRAs

  • But Black and his co-defendants now say the money was really management fees the company owed them and which were "recharacterized" to avoid Canadian income tax.

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  • But Black and his co-defendants now say the money was really management fees the company owed them and which were "recharacterized" to avoid Canadian income tax.

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  • But Black and his co-defendants now say the money was really management fees the company owed them and which were "recharacterized" to avoid Canadian income tax.

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  • Mr. Starr's firm is suggesting the same move to clients, and about 70% of them have recharacterized.

    The Roth Switcheroo

  • You can later reconvert the recharacterized IRA back to a Roth, but you must wait until 30 days after the recharacterization or one year after the initial conversion, whichever is later.

    Jason Alderman: How to Undo a Roth IRA Conversion

  • More important, 2010 converters can spread their payments across their 2011 and 2012 tax returns—but if the assets were recharacterized and reconverted, all the taxes would be due in one year.

    Taking Advantage of the Downturn

  • Recently the IRS issued Notice 989, stating that independent contractors recharacterized as employees "must" file amended tax returns.

    Ten Tips For Amending Your Tax Return

  • Recently the IRS issued Notice 989, stating that independent contractors recharacterized as employees "must" file amended tax returns.

    Ten Tips For Amending Your Tax Return

  • Is the tax liability wiped out for the $10,000 original value because all 100 shares — 100% of the original conversion — were recharacterized, or is the tax liability wiped out only for the $5,000, the actual dollars recharacterized?

    Reversing Course With Roth IRAs

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