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Bifurcation of Roth IRA Post-Canadian Contribution

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Hello everyone,

Has anyone here ever brought the Roth to the IRA in Canada and made their contribution? How does one report this split account on their T1135 and T1 because its parts are treated differently? The CRA authority said that (assuming valid elections) after the contribution, the percentage of the contribution in relation to the existing amount will determine the taxable amount in the future, so that each year part of the profit / income will be taxable, but that it is also possible to determine the contribution in a particular asset / fund, although this would be more difficult to track.

If someone has experience with the above and how to calculate math, it would be really helpful. Or a professional I can recommend who would definitely understand how to handle this, thank you!

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