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Okay, I recently changed jobs and I'm in the process of rolling the 401K funds from my previous employer (we'll call them Company A) to a self-directed IRA. At my new job, I have just signed up for 401K contributions through their program (Company B). If I change jobs again, will I be able to rollover the Company B 401K funds into my self-directed IRA? I'm not planning on ever contributing any additional money to this IRA so it should retain it's rollover status. That said I'd like this IRA to always consist of all of my 401K contributions through all of my previous employer's 401K plans. Any help?

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