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Combine them? Not sure what you had in mind here, but first of all you can't combine your account with his. All of these retirement accounts are personal, and can't be joint.

The easiest option for dealing with the rest of them (with the exception of the current employer 401K)is to move them all to the same brokerage house to simplify paperwork, and make performance analysis easier. For example, Fidelity, which I use, has all sorts of portfolio analysis tools. Perhaps you've already done this?

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