Instructions For Forms 1099-Qa And 5498-Qa - Distributions From Able Accounts And Able Account Contribution Information - 2016


Instructions for Beneficiary
from one ABLE account to another ABLE account for the benefit of
the named beneficiary or of an eligible individual who is a member of
The information on Form 5498-QA is furnished to you by the issuer of
the beneficiary's family who is described in section 152(d)(2)(B) is not
your Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) savings account. Form
5498-QA reports contributions, rollovers, and program-to-program
Box 3. May show the cumulative amount contributed since the
transfers to this ABLE account for 2016. For more information, see
establishment of the ABLE account (or of an ABLE account of the
Pub. 907.
same designated beneficiary that was rolled over, or directly
Beneficiary's taxpayer identification number. For your protection,
transferred (in a program-to-program transfer), to the current ABLE
this form may show only the last four digits of your social security
number (SSN), individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN), or
Box 4. Shows the FMV of the ABLE account as of the end of the year.
adoption taxpayer identification number (ATIN). However, the issuer
Box 5. The ABLE account was opened in 2016 if the box is checked.
has reported your complete identification number to the IRS.
Box 6. These codes show the basis for your ABLE account eligibility.
Account number. May show an account or other unique number the
A—eligibility established under 529A(e)(1)(A), SSDI, Title II SSA.
issuer assigned to distinguish your account.
B—eligibility established under 529A(e)(1)(A), SSI, Title XVI SSA.
Box 1. Shows the amount of contributions made to this ABLE account
C—eligibility established by disability certification under section
in 2016. Do not deduct these amounts on your income tax return.
If the total contributions made to your ABLE account for 2016
Box 7. These codes show the type of disability for which you are
exceeded $14,000, the excess contributions, plus the earnings on
receiving ABLE account qualifying benefits. 1—developmental
them, must be returned by the date your tax return is due (including
disorders (including autism); 2—intellectual disability; 3—psychiatric
extensions), or you may owe a penalty. Check with your ABLE
disorders; 4—nervous disorders (including blindness and deafness);
program to verify that excess contributions and earnings are returned.
5—congenital anomalies (including Downs syndrome); 6—respiratory
You must keep track of your ABLE account basis (contributions and
disorders; 7—other.
Future developments. For the latest information about developments
Box 2. Shows the amount of any rollover or program-to-program transfer
related to Form 5498-QA and its instructions, such as legislation
made to this ABLE account in 2016. Generally, any amount rolled over
enacted after they were published, go to


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