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DoktorDi asks:

<<I have an IRA-SEP with a full service broker and a self-directed IRA with an online broker that I'm using to rollover part of my 403(b). Can I roll the IRA-SEP into the same self-directed account, or do I have to keep these accounts separate? I am still earning/contributing to the IRA-SEP. >>

You may use the self-directed account for your SEP. When you do, though, be aware that you may no longer transfer any of the 403b money back into a 403b plan. That's no big deal to most Fools, but it may be a consideration.

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