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Subject:  Re: Rollover IRA Question Date:  7/27/2000  5:34 PM
Author:  TMFPixy Number:  23733 of 87994

Aravindan asks:

<<How about rolloving over funds from the following into a rollover IRA:
1. 401k
2. Keogh:Money-purchase
3. Keogh:Profit-sharing

I have some money in all 3 of the above.
Is it considered co-mingling?
Are there any disadvantages?>>

Yes, it is considered comingling of the monies from the two plans. While you can put Keogh and 401k money into the same IRA, that means you cannot later move that money to another 401k or Keogh plan.

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