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Greetings, LittleFish, and welcome. You asked:

<<Can I create a single rollover IRA composed of 403B contributions and defined bennefit plan contributions from the same employer? I no longer work for this employer. I am trying to meet the minimum investment qualifications for a private money manager to invest the money, ie $50,000, which I would only have by merging the two sources into one account.>>

Yes, you can. The only problem you may possibly encounter is if in the future you desire to transfer those funds to a new employer's retirement plan that accepts such transfers from an old employer's plan. Mixing the 403b money with the defined benefit plan money is the problem there. OTOH, if you don't anticipate ever moving the money back into an employer's plan, then there is nothing the matter with mixing the two in a rollover IRA.

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