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|Subject: Re: Multiple 401(k)s & 403(b)||Date: 10/6/1999 8:57 AM|
|Author: TMFPixy||Number: 14270 of 82018|
Greetings, Beth, and welcome. You asked:
<<I'm new to Fooldom, and would like to get my husband and my IRA's out from our old employers into something I manage (through e*trade). I have one old 403(b) and two old 401(k) accounts and Neal, my hubby, has one old 403(b) acct.
Can I consolidate any of these together, or does each account need to be rolled over into it's own separate IRA? >>
Yes, you may consolidate your one 403b and two 401k accounts into a single IRA for you. Your husband's 403b account must go into an IRA for him. Your respective retirement plans cannot be merged into a single IRA for the two of you because the "I" in IRA stands for Individual. There is no provision in the law for joint ownership of an IRA.
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