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The basis of retirement income is reported in Box 9b of Form 1099-R.

If nothing is reported in Box 9b, check to see if the amount is the same in Box 1 and Box 2a. If so, then you have no basis (after-tax contributions), and your basis is zero.

If Box 2a is blank and Box 2b is checked, then you are going to rely on your memory and your records.

For a traditional IRA, you would have a basis if you made after-tax contributions. Those would be reported on form 8606. If you don't recall making any after-tax contributions, or if your IRA consists entirely of rollovers from 401k or 403b accounts, then your basis is zero.

If this was an annuity you purchased on your own, your basis is the amount you paid for it.

For all other circumstances, you will have to check your records to see if you made after-tax contributions to the plan.

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This is the simple answer I was looking for... Ironically it did not come up in my searches of TurboTax help... Thanks!

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For PA income tax purposes, the above is totally irrelevant it only applies to federal.

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Thanks re2boys for the quick response! So, if I didn't make any contributions in 2017, is it safe to assume my basis is $0 ?

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Are you referring to basis for PA income tax?If so, you include all contributions EVER made to the retirement account less any distributions EVER received in the past.

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Sorry -- just saw your other answer to this question... This is an IRA with one initial contribution and nothing since. So I take that original contribution amount and subtract any distributions I took prior to 2017, and that's my basis?

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Oak Street has ridden that trend to steady growth since former Loyola Academy classmates Zahr and Hennessey launched the venture out of a small Oak Avenue office in Evanston amid the throes of the recession in 2009.

Investing almost exclusively in long-term net lease deals—sale-leaseback agreements with low-risk single tenants—Oak Street has closed four funds that have jumped exponentially in size to a $1.25 billion capital raise last fall . The Loop-based company now has 19 employees and counts major public pension funds as investors, including, ironically, the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund and the Chicago Public School Teachers' Pension Retirement Fund, two of the array of 11 public employee systems statewide that saw their collective tally of unfunded obligations rise to $38.4 billion in fiscal 2017 from $35.4 billion the year before.

Signing leases ranging from 12 to 30 years with high-credit tenants at buildings they purchase, Oak Street has returned 8 percent yields to its investors monthly and more than a 14 percent total net return to investors in each of its funds, according to Zahr.

Government tenants are about as investment-grade as they come, and many cities are vulnerable, with downgraded credit ratings that make loading up on debt more difficult. "And you have a segment of the financial industry that knows how to do these public-private deals. They are kind of thinking of themselves as a savior in offering these opportunities," says Rachel Weber, professor of urban planning and policy at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

But convincing the public sector to play along could be a heavy lift. While net lease deals have become a more mainstream way for corporations to raise capital in recent years, snakebitten taxpayers have made it tough for local and state politicians to embrace such deals, says Guy Ponticiello, who specializes in sale-leaseback deals as managing director of CBRE's national corporate capital markets practice and who worked on closing Oak Street's $515 million third fund in 2015.

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