Apologies in advance, I'm sure this has been answered/posted and is lurking about in some archive. Here's the situation. I've maxed out on my 401(k) percentage contributions, I've established a Roth IRA, I currently have an IRA in a rollover status, and a small 403(b). I've got about $16k in the rollover IRA, and $1100 in the 403(b). The question is, should I move my rollover IRA to the Roth IRA? I was debating on leaving the rollover alone, and contributing to the Roth IRA using the Foolish Four approach. I was also considering if possible, to close out the 403(b) and move the funds either to the Roth or the rollover IRA. I understand if any contributions are made to the rollover IRA, I lose the rollover status. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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