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I recently transfered my 401K to a pre-existing
IRA Rollover at Merril Lynch. I now would like to
move this IRA Rollover at ML to a new retirement
account at Amex. The account at Amex would either
be a Roth or a new rollover IRA , depending on how
much I make. Is there a limit to how many times I
can rollover the money in a given time? If I did this
today, I would have rolled the money over twice in
two months.

In addition, I owned the Vanguard 500 index in a
403 (b) two jobs ago. When I left, I rolled it over
to a Rollover IRA with Vanguard. Can I also move
this money to AMEX to consolidate everything? In my
mind I can because the 403(b) from two jobs ago and
the 401 K from my last job are all pretax money.

If I wanted to start a post tax account, wouldn't it
be smart to keep them separate and start a different
traditional IRA?
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