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You can have as many accounts as you like although its a hassle keeping track of all of them-you cannot exceed the allowable allocation, but each year you could have a separate trustee (like a bank or brokerage house) for that year's allocation for the Roth-this also works for an IRA. Eventually you'll want to combine them for ease of records.
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