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Subject:  Combining SEP IRA and IRA? Date:  10/9/1997  11:11 PM
Author:  TSnively Number:  442 of 76235

I know there are lots of problems with different kinds of money. I have a Rollover IRA (rolled from a 401K), and a SEP IRA. Can I combine them? I'd like to start a UG5 with them, and it would be a lot easier if it were one account. It would be harder to buy 5 stocks of roughly equal value each time because of the two different balances.

I understand that at best, I wouldn't be able to take the IRA and put it in another employer's 401K. I'd be okay with that if I can combine them.

Thanks!

-Tom
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