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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