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I have both a contribtory (pre-roth) IRA and a rollover IRA (funded from a former employer's plan.)At the time I understood that the rationale for this was that at some future time I might want to move frunds from the rollover IRA to a new employer's program. The future is here. I don't want to do that and can't forsee ever doing it. I want to reduce the number of statements I get This has become a real annoyance. Is there any harm in consolidating the accounts? I am sure that this has been asked and answered many times in the past but I didn't notice the answer in the 13 steps and a search was non-productive.
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