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"That was, indeed, my point. Once the old 401(k) money is commingled with other IRA contributions, it can't go into a new 401(k)."

Am I correct, though, that if the money were put into a "rollover ira" and it is not comingled with other funds that were not originally from a 401k plan, that later the money could be moved back from the rollover ira to a new 401k plan? it is my understanding that this is allowed.
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