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<<can holdings from a separate portfolio be merged into an existing IRA? what are the tax consequences? how would they be calculated? the downside?>>

If you are considering combining IRA money with non-IRA money, the answer is no--at least, not without disqualifying the IRA (which means you would be treated as if you withdrew all your money from the IRA).

KAT in Chicagoland
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