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<<The Roth IRAs and IRAs are individual accounts. So no you cannot combine yours with your husbands while both of you are living. (One of you probably is the beneficiary for the other, so on the death of the first then combining may be possible.) Some brokers will allow you to combine statements from multiple accounts in one statement. That might be possible. Check with your broker.>>

No, not talking about combining the IRAs, I'm just saying that if they were in the same brokerage account, which is a joint account, we could access both individual IRAs with one login.
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