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I have several IRA accounts. I know I can rollover funds from my IRA at the brokerage firm to my IRA at a mutual fund. But what I don't know is how many times I can do that in a year - only once or as many times as I want to ??

What I want to do is to transfer some funds from my IRA at the brokerage firm to my IRA at a mutual fund and tranfer it back to my IRA at the brokerage firm in 3-4 months. Is this allowed ??

Any advice will be appreciated.
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