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This may sound quite stupid but surely I can have many Roth IRA accounts, can't I? The only restriction is a maximum annual contribution of $2,000.

The question can up after I had opened a Schwab Roth IRA and decided that I would rather have a Roth with a deep discount broker so that I could set up a Foolish portfolio. I suppose I could keep both or consolidate them.

Any comments would be appreciated.

Tony
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