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I imagine that this question has been asked and answered numerous times, so I apologize in advance.

Assuming that a person over 70 1/2 has elected the same method for taking distributions from two different IRAs, can they be rolled over into the same account (or a new one)?

I am aware that the required distribution(s) must be made before the rollovers are made each year.
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Greetings, AJStephani, and welcome. You asked:

Assuming that a person over 70 1/2 has elected the same method for taking distributions from two different IRAs, can they be rolled over into the same account (or a new one)?

Yes, they may be placed in the same IRA. There is no rule to preclude that.

I am aware that the required distribution(s) must be made before the rollovers are made each year.

That doesn't make any difference unless you are converting the IRAs to a Roth. In that event, you must take the MRD before the conversion occurs.

Regards..Pixy
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