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I have in my name a SEP with a little over $15,000 in it. I am now working for someone else, so I can't contribute to this account, it's just sitting there. I do have a 401k with my current employer.

My husband has a 401k account with a little over $45,000 in it with a company he worked for a few years back. He has just left it with that company's 401k account.

I want to roll both into a Roth IRA. Is it possible to roll both of these accounts into one Roth account, or will I have to do two Roth accounts?


I also have a small IRA account with about $2,000 in it. Could I include this with the others?


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