How much did you pay to your IRA or Keogh?
This is question 45b on the paper FAFSA.
The answer to this question may be pre-filled with "Transferred from the IRS."
If the answer to this question is not pre-filled, enter the total amount of your IRA deductions and payments to self-employed SEP, SIMPLE and Keogh and other qualified plans, in 2017.
If you filed (or if married, you and your spouse filed a joint tax return), the IRA/Keogh/SEP/SIMPLE payments can be found on:
IRS Form 1040 – Use Lines: 28 + 32
IRS Form 1040A – Use Line: 17
If you and your spouse filed separate tax returns, use the table below to calculate your total IRA/Keogh/SEP/SIMPLE payments.
|If you filed a…||…and your spouse filed a…||Then enter the following:|
|1040||1040||Add lines 28 + 32 from both tax returns and enter the total amount|
|1040||1040A||Add lines 28 + 32 from the 1040 and line 17 from the 1040A and enter the total amount|
|1040A||1040A||Add line 17 from both tax returns and enter the total amount|
|1040A||1040||Add line 17 from the 1040A and the total of lines 28 + 32 from the 1040 and enter the total amount|
If you or your spouse will file a federal tax return, but have not yet filed, estimate the amount that will appear in the lines noted in the table above.
Note: The line number references above are from the IRS tax form, not from the W-2 form.
Round to the nearest dollar and do not include commas or decimal points.