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My fiance has two IRAs and a company retirement plan. She will be changing jobs. The new job does not have a favorable retirement plan. We want to roll her company plan over into a self-directed IRA consisting of a combination of stocks and index funds.
Question 1: is this possible with a discount broker?

Both of her IRAs are in "lemon" (literally) mutual funds.
Question 2: Is it possible to roll these two IRAs over into the same self-directed IRA as her company plan or would this count toward the $2000 annual IRA contribution limit.

Question 3. Is there a limit on the number of IRAs one can have?

We're both new to this game, so any advice is appreciated. Thanks
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