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[[The only drawback (if it is one) is moving your 401k money to
this account. By doing so, the money becomes "tainted," which means in the future it can no longer
be transferred into a new employer's 401k plan should you desire to do so. To Fools, this is a
non-issue, but many like the ability to do so. If that's true in your case, then the 401k money should
be transferred to an IRA all by itself. Doing so will ensure it retains eligibility for later transfer to a
new employer's plan.]]

Am I reading you correctly: Keep the 401k rollover in its own SEP-IRA account, and put any other funds (new investments, IRA rollovers, etc.) into a different SEP-IRA account so they don't taint the 401k funds?
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