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I recently got married this month and my wife and I both have Roth IRA accounts with Muhlenkamp. Since we will now
be combining what we contribute to one account what should we do with the account that we neglect. We both have
had the accounts for less than 5 years. Is there any type of rollover that can done without getting taxed to death?

The most you can contribute will be 2000 per year if you are using one account. That account can only be owned by one of you, not both.

I would keep both accounts and contribute to both.
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