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Back in 1998 I converted my Traditional Roth to a Roth, and it is now labeled as a "Roth Conversion" IRA by my mutual fund company. At the same time I also started a regular Roth with the same company.

As time has passed I have forgotten the rules as to why these two sets of money could not be in the same account. I know it was true in 1998, but is it still true today? Can I combine these pools of money into one, easier to handle, Roth IRA??

Thanks for any info, and if you can point me to any appropriate info on the subject.

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