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Are all of the following allowed, and if so, are there any negative tax consequences?

1) Contributions of new money ($2,000/yr.) to an existing rollover IRA
2) Consolidating rollover IRA's by transferring the contents of an existing rollover IRA into another existing rolllover, both of which had assets prior to the transfer.
3) transferring the contents of an existing non-rollover IRA into an existing rollover IRA that already had assets
4) transferring the contents of an existing rollover IRA into an existing non-rolllover IRA
5) combining two existing non-rollover IRA's
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