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I have a Roth conversion account that I created with a rollover from a traditional IRA back in 1998 when the Roth was created. I also have a regular Roth account that was opened at the same time and has been receiving my yearly contribution since.

I have long since paid taxes on the capital gain from the original conversion transaction. My question now is whether or not I can close the conversion account and consolidate it with my other account. I have read somewhere that this should be ok, but I would like to see what others have experienced. I would like to have my assets together for greater simplicity in my ever-growing account list.

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