With limited and noted exceptions, yes. One major exception is that a Roth IRA cannot be rolled over into a 401(k) plan, EVEN if the 401(k) permits Roth contributions and Roth conversions. However, many people unfortunately believe that an IRA can only be transferred/rolled over into another IRA…even when they qualify for the self-directed 401(k) plan.
Please note that there is also a restriction on the number of rollovers one can execute from an IRA in any given 12 month period of time. While this rule will become effective in 2015, it is important to keep in mind that while practically any IRA can be rolled over into a 401(k), there will be numerical limitations on the number of rollovers you can execute in one year, regardless of how many IRA accounts you have.
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