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Greetings, Jesserivera67, and welcome. You asked:

I'm pretty sure one can have multiple IRA's as long as they don't deposit more than $3000 total amongst them. Is the same true for SEP-IRA's?

Yes, the same is true for a SEP-IRA as well. The SEP-IRA is nothing more than the name given to a traditional IRA designated by a person to receive deposits under an employer's SEP. You may have as many SEP-IRA designated to receive employer deposits as you wish, and as long as the total deposited in any single or multiple of them does not exceed the overall annual limit for the employer's SEP deposit for that employee, then all is fine with the IRS.

Regards...Pixy
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